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RADLEY COLLEGE 



REGISTER. 



Second Edition — 1905.] 



St. PETER'S College, 
^ Radley. 

REGISTER, 

1847 — 1904. 



ALDEN & COMPANY, Ltd., BOCARDO PRESS. 

1905 

Price 6s. 6d, net. 



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INTRODUCTORY NOTES. 



This Edition of the Register includes all who entered the School 
before Christmas 1904. 

The Editor wishes to sincerely thank all those who have so kindly 
supplied him with information, especially Mr. £. Bryans, Mr. L. James, 
Mr. A. G. Rogers, and Mr. Roper Spyers, whose help has been 
invaluable. 

It is inevitable that a book of this nature should require correction 
even before publication ; and to meet this difficulty as far as possible, 
some late additions, corrections, and alterations have been added. 

The Editor will be very grateful for any further information from Old 
Radleians not only about themselves but also those others to whose 
names he has been unable to add any details. 

All communications should be addressed to Captain Wickliam Legg, 
14, Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, W. 

March^ igo^. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbbeviations ... - . . . ix 

Alterations and Corrections - - - - xi 



Trustees ....--. 

Council ....... 

Wardens ....... 

Fellows ....... 

Assistant Masters - - - - - - ii 

Register of Admissions, with Notes - - 19-248 

Appendix: — 

Scholars and Prizemen .... i 

Senior Prefects ..... vi 

Scholars at Oxford and Cambridge - - - vi 

Distinctions ,, „ - - - viii 

Cadetships at Woolwich and Sandhurst - - ix 

Royal Navy Cadetships .... ix 

Civil Service ..... ix 

Athletic Record ..... x 

"Social" Tutors and Competitions - - - xxii 

Athletic Distinctions at Oxford and Cambridge - xxvi 

Notes on the Register .... xxix 

Alphabetical Index - . . . . xxxi 



IX 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



A.A.G. 


Assist. Adjutant- General 


A.D.C. 


Aide-de-Camp 


A.P.D. 


Army Pay Dept. 


x\> d« v^. 


Army Service Corps 


B.A. or A.B. 


Bachelor of Arts 


B.C.L. or LL.B. 


,, Laws 


B.D. 


,, Divinity 


B.N.C. 


Brasenose Coll., Oxford 


B.S. 


Bachelor of Surgery 


B.Sc. 


,, Science 


Barr. 


Barrister-at-law 


Bp. 


Bishop 


(C.) 


Conservative 


C.A. 


County Alderman 


C.B. 


Companion of the Bath 


C.C.C. 


Corpus Christi College 


C.E. 


Civil Engineer 


CI. 


Order of Crown of India 


CLE. 


Companion, Indian Empire 


CM.G. 


,, St. Michael and St. George 


CS. 


Civil Service 


v^* o* \^» 


Conspicuous Service Cross 


CS.I. 


Companion, Star of India 


cv.o. 


Commander, Victorian Order 


C. xi 


Cricket Team 


Ch. Ch. 


Christ Church, Oxford 


Cur. 


Curate 


d. 


Daughter 


D.A.A.G. 


Deputy Assist. Adjutant General 


DCL. or LL.D. 


Doctor of Laws 


D.D. 


,, Divinity 


D.L. 


Deputy Lieutenant 


D.Sc. 


Doctor of Science 


D.S.O. 


Distinguished Service Order 


Ent. Sch. 


Entrance, or Junior, Scholar 


F.E.S. 


Fellow, Entomological Society 


F.L.S. 


,, Linnaean Society 


F.(A.)R.CO. 


,, (Associate) Royal Coll. of Organists 


F.(M. orL.)R.CP. 


,, (Member, or Licentiate) Royal Coll. of 




Physicians 


F.(M.)K.CS. 


,, (Member) Royal Coll. of Surgeons 


F.R.G.S. 


,, Royal Geographical Society 


F.(A.)R.I.B.A. 


,, (Associate) Royal Institute of British 




Architects 


F.R.S. 


,, Royal Society 


F.S.A. 


,, Society of Antiquaries 


F.S.I. 


,, Surveyors' Institute 


F.Z.S. 


,, Zoological Society 


F. xi (or xii) 


Football Team 


G.CB. 


Knight Grand Cross, Order of the Bath 


G.C.I.E. 


,, ,, Commander, Indian Empire 

,, ,, Cross, St. Michael and St. George 


G.C.M G. 


G.CS.I. 


,, ,, Commander, Star of India 


G.CV.O. 


,, ,, Cross, Victorian Order 



ABB RE VIA TJONS 

G.O.C. General Officer Commanding 

H.O. Holy Orders 

I. A. Indian Army 

I.C.S. ,, Civil Service 

I. M.S. ,, Medical Service 

I.S.C. ,, Staff Corps 

I.S.O. Imperial Service Order 

I.Y. ,, Yeomanry 

Inc. Incumbent 

J. P. Justice of the Peace 

K.C. King's Counsel 

K.C.B. Knight Commander, Order of the Bath 

K.C.I.E. ,, ,, Indian Empire 

K.C.L. King's College, London 

K.C.M.G. Knight Commander, St. Michael and St. George 

K. C.S.I. ,, ,, Star of India 

K.C.V.O. », ,, Victorian Order 

K.G. Knight of the Garter 

K.P. ,, St. Patrick 

K.T. „ the Thistle 

(L.) Liberal 

Litt.D. Doctor of Letters 

LL. M. Master of Laws 

M. or m. Married 

M.A. or A.M. Master of Arts 

M.B. Bachelor of Medicine 

M.C. or M.S. Master of Surgery 

M.C.C. Marylebone Cricket Club 

M. D. Doctor of Medicine 

M.I.C.E. Member, Institute of Civil Engineers 

M.P. ,, of Parliament 

M.Sc. Master of Science 

M.V.O. Member, Victorian Order 

Mil. Militia 

Mus.Bac, or Doc. Bachelor, or Doctor, of Music 

O.M. Order of Merit 

O.R. Old Radleian 

Ob. Deceased 

P. Prefect 

p.a.c. Passed Artillery College 

p.s.c. ,, Staff ,, 

Preb. Prebendary 

Q.C. Queen's Counsel 

K. Royal 

R.A. ,, Academy or R. Artillery 

R.A.M.C. ,. Army Medical Corps 

R.D. Rural Dean 

R.E. Royal Engineers 

R. I.E. Coll. ,, Indian Engineering College 

R.M. ,, Marines 

R.M.A. ,, Military Academy, Woolwich 

R.M.C. ,, Military College, Sandhurst 

Rec. Rector, or Recorder 

Rep. Representative, or Represented 

S.C. (Indian) Staff Corps 

S. P. Senior Prefect 

Sch. Scholar, or School 

Vic. Vicar 

Vol. Volunteers 



XI 



ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, AND ALTERATIONS. 



PAGE 

2. The Hon. P. C. Glyn ; add— Ob. Nov. 1904 

4. Rev. H. L. Thompson ; del. address, and add — Ob. Jan. 1905 

5. E. Howard ; add — Ob. killed on Great Indian Peninsular Railway 

II. J. Hook ; after ** Ob." add — circa 1872 ; died after injuries in an accident on 
the Great Western Railway 

13. C. H. Hodges ; del. address, and add — Ob. 

14. J. M. Horsburgh ; add — Secretary to University College, Gower Street 

20. P. Gurdon ; del. address, and for particulars given substitute — M. A. Univ. 
Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1856-7 ; m. ist, 1859, Mary Hanbury (ob. 
1870) ; 2nd, 1872, Marie, d. of Mons. F. Rio, of Paris. In H.O. 1859-66 ; 
Vic. of Assington, Suffolk 1861-6. 

,, For Hill, Stanton Nicholas, read — Hill, Nicolas Stanton, and add — m. 1856, 
Katharine Boycott, 4th d. of Rev. Frederick Gauntlett, Rec. of Fladbury, 
Worcs. ; Russia broker. In address, for Trebovir Road, read Earl's Court 

23. Barton, M. ; del. address, and add — Ob. May, 1904 

25. Laprimaudaye, C. H. ; for address given read — 4 Onslow Houses, Onslow 

Square, S.W. 

,, Majendie, H. W. ; add — Vic. of St. Matthias', Ilsham, Torquay, from 1904. 
For address given read — Ilsham Vicarage, Torquay 

26. Wilberforce, A. H. ; add— Ushaw College 1854-64; H.O. (R.C.) 1864; 

entered Dominican Order same year, taking the name of Bertrand ; Prior of 
Haverstock Hill, 1871 ; Preacher-General of the Dominican Order ; author 
of ** The Life of Lewis Bertrand," ** Lives of Dominican Missionaries in 
Japan," a translation of Blosius, ** Devotions to St. Dominic," etc. Ob. 
Jan. 1905 

28. Marshall, G. W. ; add — York Herald from 1904 

29. Thynne, J. C. ; for address given read — 40 Hyde Park Square, W. 

32. Kerr, Lord W. T. ; add — Admiral-of-the-Fleet from 1904 ; and for address 

given read — 58 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

„ Legard, A. W. ; for i Victoria Road, read — 23 Victoria Road 

33. Gillett, E. A. ; add — ^Vic. of Weston-on-the-Green from 1904, and address — 

The Vicarage, Weston-on-the-Green, Oxon 

34. Seymour, A. E. ; add — Provost of King's Coll., Taunton, from 1905 
,, Seymour, E. PI. ; add — Admiral-of-the-Fleet from 1905 

35. Austin, C. P. ; del. address, and add — Ob. 

38. Dashwood, G. L. ; add — m. 1866 Avice (ob.) d. of Thomas Part, Esq., of 

Wigan ; Banker, partner in Childs & Co., i Fleet Street, E.C. ; J. P. 
Herts. Addresses — 5 Cambridge Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. ; Wilton 
House, Shenley, Herts. 

39. Harper, G. ; after **m. 1871 " read — Agnes Margaret, d. of Robert James 

Loughman, Esq., I.C.S., late of Christchurch, N.Z. ; Barr. Inner Temple 
1869, Barr. and Solicitor, Supreme Court, N.Z. ; Christchurch Club. 
Address — Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand 

43. Illingworth, S. E. ; after ** B.N.C. Oxf." read— B.N. C. viii (head of the river) 
1865 ; Oxf. Univ. trial viii 1862-3 ; m. 1875 Jessie, 2nd d. of Howard J. 
Kennard, Esq., of Blaenavon and Falkirk; J. P. Glamorgan; Leander 
Club. Del. first address given, and substitute — Mapledurwell, Basingstoke, 
Hants. 



xii ADDITIONS, ETC, 

PAGE 

44. O'Brien, M. J. ; add address— Mount Eagle, Killiney, Co. Dublin 

45. Smith, S. Le B. ; del. second address given, and substitute— rSt. George's 

Lodge, Cookham 

46. Banner, J. S. ; add — M.P. (C.) Everton Div. of Liverpool from 1905 

48. Harereave, G. W. ; add — m. 1876 Georgiana Louisa, d. of Lieut. -Colonel 

wieatherley, late 6th Dragoons ; Naval and Military Club 

„ Hope, M. ; add — served in Egyptian War 1882 ; Ob. 1890 

49. Molloy, E. ; del. address, and add — Ob. Feb. 1905 

52. Meynell, J. J. ; add address — Bowbridge, Mack worth, Derby 

53. Mitchell, H. H. ; add address — Chipstone, Nasik Road, Gt. Ind. Pen. Rly., 

India 

57. Wynne-Finch, J. S. ; del. address 

62. Barrow, K. E. ; del. address, and add — Ob. Jan. 1905 

,, Crace, E. K. ; add — m. 1871 Kate Marion, 2 d. of the Hon. Henry Mort, of 
Sydney, Australia; formerly an Engineer; latterly Sheep farming in N.S. 
Wales ; J. P. New South Wales ; drowned whilst crossing a river in flood on 
his estate at Gininderra, N.S.W. Ob. Sept. 1892 

64. McMaster, F. S. ; add address — c/o Messrs. Cave & Co., 20 Eastcheap, E.C. 

„ Robertson, D. ; del. address given, and substitute — c/o Messrs. King & Co., 
9 Pall Mall, S.W. 

70. Crace, F. II. ; add — m. 1873 Martha, only d. of John Burdock, Esq., of 
Whittlesea ; Builder, etc. Ob. April 1884 

77. Forwood, G. P. ; add — m. 1875 Mary Georgina, 2nd d. of George Pim, Esq., 
J. P., of Brenanstown House, Co. Dublin ; Merchant in America for fifteen 
years 

81. Nash, R. G. F. ; del. address 

92. Terrot, R. ; add — m. 1889 Mabel, d. of W. G. Wale, Esq. ; Director of 
Public Companies ; Sports Club. Address — Wispington House, Cookham 

lOi. Bowman, H. J. ; add^Ret. pay 1904 

102. Goff, C. W. T. T. ; add— Ret. pay 1905 

,, Johnstone, A. G. W. ; add — m. July 1904, and died after an operation Dec. 
1904 ; Master at Edinburgh Academy 1890-4 ; special correspondent of the 
Manchester Guardian in the Turco-Greek War Del. address 

107. Holland, H. C. ; add— M.V.O. (4th Class) 1905 

109. Atherley, P. C. F. ; for "Captain" read "Major" 

122. Glossop, W. H. N. ; add — ret. pay 1905, Major 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt. (Mil.) 
from 1905 

127. Crichton, W. L. ; add — m. 1905 Evelyn Alice, elder d. of the late Major Ind, 

R.A. and Mrs. Ind, of 9 CoUingham Road, S.W. 

128. North, L. W. ; add — m. 1893 Maria Middleton, d. of Dr. Hewson; Sheep 

farming ; Hawke's Bay Club, Napier, N.Z. 

130. Brookes, C. C. ; add — m. 1904 Florence Janet, only child of the late Rev. H. 

Jenison Adair, Vic. of Bradford, Somerset. Del. first address given, and ' 
substitute — 15 Endsleigh Gardens, N.W. 

131. Cazenove, W. De P. ; add — m. 1905 Dorothy, 2nd d. of the late W. F. 

Higgids, Esq., of Turvey House, Bedfordshire 

137. Whitworth-Jones, F. ; add — formerly in the King's Own Yorkshire L.I. ; 
resigned commission 1894 ; served throughout S. African War 1899 — 1902 
with the Railway Transport. Address — c/o JR. N. Whitworth-Jones, Esq., 
Ladyham, Burford, Oxen. 

146. Pi ingle, J. L. ; add— m. 1904 Ada Mary, youngest d. of John Paton, Esq., of 
Lethangie, Kinross, N.B. 



ADDITIONS, ETC. xiii 



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148. Greville, lion. C. 6. F. ; add — Bachelors', Cavalry, and Army and Navy 

Clubs 

149. Jeffreys, A. G. ; for " Electrical " read "Civil " ; add— in India 1896— 1900 ; 

in Canada and U.S.A. from 1900, working on Canadian Pacific Railway 
1904. Del. address given, and substitute — c/o Messrs. Smith, Markey, 
Montgomery & Co., Temple Buildings, Montreal, Canada 

152. Crichton, C. W. H. ; add — Fencing Rep. 1890 

157. Alexander, Boyd ; add — Commander of an expedition in Nigeria 1904 

158. Birch, L. H. P. ; add — in business in South Africa 

,, Bliss, C. L. ; add — Tea-planting in Ceylon from 1892. Address — 64 Philbeach 
Gardens, Kensington, S.W. 

159. Lewis, C. A. L. ; add — in Land Registry OfHce from 1904 
162. Bliss, B. W. ; for "Ob. 1902" read "Ob. Aug. 1896" 

164. Elkington, D. : add — m. 1901 Georgiana Harriet WakeBeld, 4th d. of the late 

John MacCombie, Esq., ofColeraine, Co. Derry; Tea planter. Address — 
Ladbroke Estate, Maskeliya, Ceylon 

Farrer, R. £. A. L. ; add address — Little Halt, Maidenhead 

Hall, M. J. ; add — in Bechuanaland Civil Service 1892-5 ; priv. sec. to the 
late Sir Sidney Shippard, K.C.M.G., 1894-5; Farming from 1896; J. P. 
District of Prince Albert, Cape Colony ; Wellington (London), and Civil 
Service (Cape Town) Clubs 

165. Law, H. H. B. ; add address — Cyprus House, Kington Langley, Chippenham 

,, Leadbetter, J. W. R. ; add — m. 1899 Florence Dempster, d. of John Parker, 
Esq., of l^esborough House, Bucks. ; wine shipper. Del. address given, 
and substitute — Pennwood Lodge, Tylers Green, Bucks. 

166. Taubman, G. G. ; del. address given, and substitute — The Nunnery, Isle of 

Man 

169. Milne, R. C. E. ; for " Barrister " read " Broker " 

170. Scobell, G. B. ; add address — Pendc^gett, Timsbury, near Bath 

,, Smith, F. S. Le B. ; del. second address given, and substitute — St. George's 
Lodge, Cook ham 

171. Boulderson, T. H. B. ; for address given read — 14A Longridge Road, Earl's 

Court, S.W. 

172. Cartwright, B. O. ; for " Sapatoum " read " Pak Klong Tolat " ; add address— 

Kingfs College, Cambridge 

174. Knapp, A. D. ; add — served in S. African War 19CX) with Grahamstown 

Guard. Add address — c/o Messrs. H. Chaplin ^ Co., 9 Fenchurch 
Street, E.C. 

175. Napier, H. L. ; add — ^Jun. United Service Club 

181. Stigand, C. H. ; for Chauncy read Chauncey 

184. Leschallas, G. P. ; add — m. 1905 Edith Maud, younger d. of Rev. J. W.. 
Bennett, Rec. of Newchurch, Rossendale, Lanes. 

A 87. Biden, A. G. ; add — Blenheim Club, and address — Colonial Audit Branch, 
Exchequer and Audit Dept., Victoria Embankment, W.C. 

188. Davenport, T. N. F. ; del. address and add — Ob. March 1905 

192. Ashton, G. E. ; add — (Mr. Croome), and additional address — c/o Dr. P. G. 
Spear, Tripp Hill, Fittleworth, Surrey 

„ Barnard, T. A. F. ; add — (Mr. ICirkby) Edin. Univ. ; mining engineer. In 
address, for " Post Office " read " Lancaster House " 

194. Hodgson, M. K. ; add — ^Jun. United Service Club. Del. address given, and 
substitute— c/o Messrs. Holt & Co., 3 Whitehall Place, S.W. 



xiv ADDITIONS, ETC. 

PAGE 

195. Marsh, C. H. ; del. both addresses given, and substitute — c/o Messrs. H. S. 

King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, S.W. ; and — Brown's Barn, Thomastown, Co. 
Kilkenny 

,, Moat, J. F. ; add — m. 1905 Alexandra May, youngest d. of the late H. J. 
Neill, Esq., of Rockport, Co. Down 

196. Robertson, D. E. ; add— Jun. Naval and Military Club; and for ** Bengal" 

read " Prince of Wales* Own." 

197. Romanes, G. E. ; add — m. 1905 Mima Alexander Allan, d. of Rev. W. Scott, 

of Cromarty, N.B. 

201. Oldham, H. S. ; add — served in S. African War 1901-2. Del. address given, 

and substitute — c/o Messrs. Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament Street, S.W. 

„ Phillips, F. E. ; add— (Mr. Wharton) 

,, Swinhoe, M. C. ; add — (Mr. Kirk by) overseer on a cattle farm in Jamaica 

202. Blencowe, A, J. W. ; add address — The Vicarage, Marston St. Laurence, 

Banbury 

203. Chanter, A. D. ; add address — c/o A. H. Chanter, Esq., The Downs, Bideford, 

North Devon 

204. Kennard, M. N. ; add address — Llwyndu Court, Abergavenny, Monmouth 

205. Logan, R. O. ; add address — Llwyn-y-groes, Llanymynech, S.O., Montgomery 

,, Rye, H. B. T. ; add — (Mr. Croome) 

211. Croft, B. ; add — Walsingham Club; and for *'St. Margaret's" read **St. 
Margaretsbury " 

213. Hitchins, C. V. S. ; add — ** Farming" ; also address — c/o J. S. Morxison, Esq., 

30 Leadenhall Buildings, Gracechurch Street, E.C. 

214. Macdonald, R. H. ; add address — c/o Messrs. King, King & Co., Bombay 

220. Mathews, J. R. T. ; add— Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1905 

221. Riley, A. J. A. ; add— R. Agric. Coll. Cirencester 1905 
229. Coliis Browne, W. H. M. ; add— F. xi 1904 

APPENDIX. 

iv. Worsley Prize ; add — 1904 F. L. Sheppard 

viii. Scholars and Exhibitioners ; add — 

1904 O. Mundy Sciiolar Wadham Oxford 

G. W. H. Walker Exhibitioner ,, ,, 

F. L. Sheppard „ Lincoln ,, 

ix. Woolwich and Sandhurst ; add — 1904. Woolwich. C. E. P. Henderson (4th) 
xxi. Football xi, 1904 ; add — W. H. M. Coliis Browne, and L. H. Cripps 
xxii. Boxing, 1897 ; after ** Hon. C. E. Craven," add—" (Bronze Medal) " 

XXX. For '* 148" Old Radleians etc., read " 150." 

1890, after J. W. Jeffreys, add A. D. Knapp 
1895, after R. G. Browne, add H. S. Oldham 



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TRUSTEES. 

1862 The (7th) Duke of^Marlborough, K.G. Ob. 1883 

The Lord Richard Cavendish Ob. 1873 

The Hon. Gerald Chetwynd Talbot Ob. 1885 

Robert Joseph Phillimore Ob. 1885 

Afterwards Rt. Hon. Sir R. J. Phillimore, ist Bart., D.C.L. 

Lieut. -Colonel R. Moorsom Ob. 1867 

The Rev. Francis Knyvett Leighton, D.D. Ob. 1881 

Late Warden of All Souls Coll. Oxford 

John Gellibrand Hubbard, Esq., M.P. Ob. 1889 

Afterwards ist Lord Addington 

1869 Henry Barnett, Esq. Ob. 1896 

1880 The Hon. Charles Lindley Wood 

Afterwards 2nd Viscount Halifax 

Edward William Harcourt, Esq., M.P. Ob. 1892 

1882 The Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, M.A. 

D.D. ; Warden of Keble Coll. Oxford, 1870-88 ; Vicar of Leeds 
1888- 1895 ; Bishop of Rochester from 1895 

1883 The Viscount Cranbrook, G.C.S.L 

Afterwards ist Earl of Cranbrook 

1885 Antony Gibbs, Esq.* 

«* Old Radleian. 

5 



VISITOR. 

The Bishop of Oxford. 



COUNCIL. 

1890 The (2nd) Lord Addington* 

The Rev. Robert James Wilson, M.A. Ob. 1897 

Warden of Keble Coll. Oxford, 1888-97 ; D.D. 

The (7th) Earl of Egmont* Ob. 1897 

The Hon. Pascoe Charles Glyn 
1892 The Rev. William Walrond Jackson, D.D. 

Rector of Exeter Coll. Oxford from 1887 

Colonel the Hon. Henry George Louis Crichton* 
1897 The Rev. Herbert Barnett 
Robert Taunton Raikes, Esq.* 
The (2nd) Viscount Halifax 
The Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, D.D. 

Bishop of Rochester 

The (ist) Earl of Cranbrook, G.C.S.I. 
Antony Gibbs, Esq.* 

The (7th) Duke of Newcastle 

'^ Old Radleians. 



WARDENS. 

1847— 185T 
Rev. Robert Corset Singleton, M.A. Ob, 

Trinity Coll. Dublin 

1851— 1852 
Rev. William Beadon Heathcote, M.A. Ob. 1862 

New Coll. Oxford ; afterwards Rector of Compton Bassett, Wilts 

1852 — 1861 

Rev. William Sewell, D.D. Ob. 1874 

Fellow of Exeter Coll. Oxford 

1861— 1866 

Rev. Richard Whitmore Norman, M.A. Ob. 

Exeter Coll. Oxford ; Hon. D.D. and D.C.L. ; Head Master of St. 
Michael's Coll. Tenbury, 1857-61 ; late Dean of Quebec 

1866— 1870 

Rev. William Wood, M.A. 

Late Fellow of Trinity Coll. Oxford ; Sub-Warden 1853-63 ; Vicar of 
Cropredy, Leamington, 1870- 1898 ; Diocesan Inspector Oxford, 1877- 
1888 ; Rural Dean of Deddington, 1881-1898 ; Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch. 
Oxford, 1893 ; Rector of Monks Risborough, 1898- 1901 ; Rector of 
Rotherfield Greys from 1901 

Greys Rectory^ Henley-on-Thames 

1871 — 1879 
Rev. Charles Martin, M.A. 

Late Senior Student and Tutor of Ch. Ch. Oxford ; Select Preacher, 
Oxford ; Assist. Master, Harrow, 1869-70 

Dartington Rectory^ Toines 



4 WARDENS 

1880— 1888 
Rev. Robert James Wilson, M.A. Ob. May, 1897 

Fellow and late Tutor of Merton Coll. Oxford ; Fellow of St. Peter's 
Coll. Radley, 1863-66 ; Assist. Master Marlborough Coll., 1866-70 ; 
Vicar of Wolvercote, 1875-9 ; Warden of Keble Coll. Oxford, 1888-97 ; 
DD. 

1889—1896 

Rev. Henry Lewis Thompson, M.A. 

Late Student and Censor of Ch. Ch. Oxford ; Junior Proctor Oxford, 
1 870- 1 ; Public Examiner 1872-3; Whitehall Preacher 1873-5; Select 
Preacher, Oxford, 1875-7 ; Rector of Iron Acton, Glos., 1877-89 ; 
Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Lichfield from 1891 ; to Bishop of 
Bangor from 1899 ; Vicar of St. Mary- the- Virgin's, Oxford, from 1896 

St Mary ffaii, Oxford 

1897 
Rev. Thomas Field, D.D. 

Late Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxford (ist Class Mods., ist Class Math. 
Mods., ist Class Lit. Hum.) ; Asst. Master at Harrow, 1876-86 ; Head- 
master of the King's School, Canterbury, 1886-96 ; Select Preacher, 
Cambridge, 1890 

Radley Collegey Abingdon 



FELLOWS. 
Rev* R. C. Sitifi^leton, Warden. 

1847 E. G. Monk, M.A., Mus. Doc. Oxford; Precentor; afterwards 

Organist of York Minster Ob. 

Captain W. Haskoll, R.N., Sub- Warden Ob. 1865 

E. Howard, B.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford; resigned 1849 

1848 Edmund Savory, M.A., Oriel Coll. Oxford; M.A. 1850; H.O. 

1850; left 1852; Proctor in Convocation of Canterbury; 
Rector of Binfield from 1859; R.D. of Maidenhead; Proc. 
Dio. Oxford; Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch. from 1881 

Binfield Rectory^ Bracknell 

Rev. R. Gibbings, A.B., Trinity Coll. Dublin; resigned 1848; 
Vicar of Radley Ob, 1865 

S. W. C. Singleton, A.B., Trinity Coll. Dublin; resigned 185 1 

Rev. J. S. Boucher, B.A., St. John's Coll. Cambridge; left 1851 ; 
afterwards Rector of Gedding, Bury St. Edmunds Ob. 1898 

J. M. Cox, B.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford; Sub-Warden; resigned 
1850 Ob. 

1849 J- B. Baker, B.A., University Coll. Oxford; left 1851; H.O. 

1851 ; afterwards Chap. Hants Co. Hospital Ob. 

S. EdWardes, B.A., Merton Coll. Oxford; H.O. ; afterwards 
Fellow and Bursar of Merton Coll. ; left 1850 Ob. 

J. P. Russell, B.A., Wadham Coll. Oxford; resigned 1850 



6 FELLOWS 

1850 Rev. W. C. Dowding, B.A., Exeter Coll. Oxford Ob. 

H. Plater, B.A., Merton Coll. Oxford; H.O. 1852; left 1851; 
Head Master of Newark Gram. School till 1893 ^b- 

Dr. Markland. (Prior Fellow) 

Rev. C. Marriott, M.A., Fellow of Oriel Coll. Oxford. (Prior 
Fellow) Ob. 

Rev. D. Boutflower, B.A., Christ's Coll. Cambridge ; resigned 
1852 Ob. 

Rev. Walter Bridge Arthy, M.A., St. John's Coll. Cambridge; 
left 1851; afterwards Chaplain R.N. (Baltic Medal 1854); 
Ret. list, 1882 Ob. Aug. 1902 

T. H. Wank^vn, B.A., Trinity Coll. Oxford; H.O. ; left 1855 

Ob. 

1851 Rev. W. a. Brooks, B.A., Trinity Coll. Cambridge; resigned 

185 1 Ob. 

The (3rd) Earl of Powis. (Prior Fellow) Ob. 1891 

The Hon. John Chetwynd Talbot, M.A. (Prior Fellow) 

Ob. 1852 

Archdeacon Grant. (Prior Fellow) Ob. 



Rev, W. B. Heathcote, Warden, 
S. Edwardes, B.A., Fellow of Merton Coll. Oxford Ob. 

The Ven. Frederick Bathurst, M. A., Merton Coll. Oxford ; 
H.O. 1852; Hon. Canon of Ely 1870; Archdeacon of 
Bedford 1873 ; Rector of Holwell from 1884 

Hoiwell Rectory^ Hitchin 



FELLO WS 7 

Rev. William Smith, M.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford (ist Class 
Lit. Hum.); Sub-Warden 1851-3 

48 Sackville Road^ Hove^ Brighton 
1852 G. F. WiLGRESS, B.A., Exeter Coll. Oxford 

Rt. Hon. Sir William Heathcote, (5th) Bart. (Prior Fellow) 

Ob. 1881 

Rev. R. Arrowsmith, M.A., Oriel Coll. Oxford Ob. 

Rev. R. W. Norman, M.A. ; afterwards Warden (q^v.) 

Rev. R. Gibbings, A.M., Trinity Coll. Dublin Ob. 

' Rev. H. T. T. West, M.A., B.N.C Oxford Ob. at Radley 1857 



Rev. William Sewell, D.D., Warden, 
1853 Rev. W. Wood, M.A. ; Sub-Warden 1853-63; afterwards Warden 

Sidney James Owen, B.A., Worcester Coll. Oxford; left 1856; 
afterwards Professor of Hist, and Pol. Econ., Elphinstone 
Coll. Bombay ; Reader of Law and Mod. Hist, at Ch. Ch. 
Oxford ; Univ. Reader in Indian Hist. 

1855 Rev. William Kenneth Macrorie, D.D., B.N.C. Oxford; left 

1858; Bishop of Maritzburg 1869-92; Canon of Ely from 
1892 

The College, Ely 

The Hon. Horace Courtenav Forbes, M.A., Oriel Coll. 
Oxford ; left 186 1 ; afterwards 19th Lord Forbes 

Castle Forbes, Aberdeenshire 

1856 Rev. William Henry Ranken, M.A. and late Fellow of C.C.C. 

Oxford ; left i860 ; Rector of Byfield from 1901 

By field Rectory, R,S,0., Northants 



8 FELLO WS 

Rev. Robert Spedding Wilson, M.A. and late Fellow and 
Tutor of B.N.C. Oxford; left 1866; H.O. 1857; Rector of 
Girton, Cambs., 1886-94 Ob. Aug. 1903 

W. Barber, B.A., Worcester Coll. Oxford; left i860; afterwards 
Q.C. Ob. 

1857 Rev. S. Andrews, B.A., Student of Ch. Ch. Oxford; left i860 

Ob. 

1858 R. Sewell, M.A. (Bursar) Ob. 

Rev. William George Gardiner Austin, M.A. (O.R. vide 
sub anno 1849) Ob. Oct. 1903 

1859 Rev. Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing, M.A. and late Fellow of 

Worcester Coll. Oxford; left i860; F.R.S., 1896 

Ephraim Lodge^ The Common^ Tunbridge Wells 

Rev. W. G. Longden, B.A., late Scholar and Fellow of Queen's 
Coll. Cambridge; left 1862; Warden of St. Columba, Dublin, 
1864-7 ^b. 

i860 W. Wordsworth, B.A., Balliol Coll. Oxford; left 1861 



Rev. R. W. Norman, M.A., Warden. 

1861 Rev. Edward Morris Reynolds, M.A., Emman. Coll. Cam- 
bridge; left 1866; subsequently Assistant Master at Clifton 
and Haileybury 

Ambleside 

Rev. James Hamer Rawdon, M.A., B.N.C. Oxford; left 1862; 
Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1890; Rector of Yelverton from 
1899 

Yelverton Rectory^ Norwich 

Rev. Arthur Law Hussey, M.A., Ch. Ch. Oxford; left 1867 
Fernbanky Buxtedy Sussex 



FELLOWS 9 

R. F. Clarke, B. A., late Fellow of St. John's Coll. Oxford ; 
resigned 1863 Ob. 1900 

Rev. Charles Adams Houghton, M.A., Exeter Coll. Oxford ; 
resigned 1863; Prebendary of Sarum, 1881 ; Vicar of St. 
Matthew's, Exeter, from 1898 

St, Matthew's Vicarage, Exeter 

Rev. William VValrond Jackson, D.D. ; left 1863. Vide 
Council 

1862 Rev. O. R. Wintle, B.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford; Precentor: 
resigned 1862 Ob. 

G. Price (Bursar); resigned 1869 Ob. 

Robert Laing (afterwards Cuthbert Shields), M. A. and Fellow 
of C.C.C. Oxford; left 1864 

New University Club, St, Jameses Street, S. W, 

Rev. George Wharton, M.A. and late Choral Scholar, Queen's 
Coll. Cambridge (Precentor) ; H.O. 1874 

Radley College, Abingdon 

Rev. John Vavasor Durell, M.A. and laie Fellow of St. John's 
Coll. Cambridge; left 1866; H.O. 1863; Rector of Fulbourn 
from 1868 

Fulbourn Rectory, Cambridge 

R. B. Leach, M.A., B.N.C. Oxford; H.O. 1863; left 1864 

Ob. 



1863 Rev. Edward William Sergeant, M.A., Balliol Coll. Oxford 
(ist Class Mods., ist Class Lit. Hum.); left 1866; Assistant 
Master Winchester Coll. ; Curate of Winchester Mission ; 
Vicar of MoordowD, Hants, 1886-91 

Aldhurst, Branksome, Bournemouth 

Rev. R. C. Whiting, M.A. and Fellow of Trinity Coll. Cam- 
bridge (Sub- Warden) 



lo FELLOWS 

Rev. John Capel Hanbury, M.A., Wadham Coll. Oxford ; left 
1863; Curate of Holy Innocents, S. Norwood, from 1901 

Fair law n^ Chalfont Road, S. Norwood^ S,F. 

Rev. Robert James VVilson, M.A. Fide Wardens Ob. 1897 

Rev. Charles Lawford Acland, M.A., Jesus Coll. Cambridge ; 
left 1867 ; Vicar of All Saints, Cambridge, 1892-1903 

Ob, Feb. 1903 

1864 Rev. W. C. Harris, B.A., B.N.C. Oxford; left 1865 Ob. 

Joseph Earle Ollivant, M.A., Balliol Coll. Oxford (Mod. 
Lang. Master); left 1865; Barr. Inner Temple and Chan- 
cellor of Dio. of Llandaff and St. David's 

I J Castle Streety Cardiff 

1865 Rev. John Seager Warman, M.A., Balliol Coll. Oxford; H.O. 

1866 ; left 1867 ; Rector of Boxford from 1884 

Boxford Rectory y Colchester 



II 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



Those marked* are present Assistant Masters, 



To Rev. W. Wood. 

1866 G. Candy, B.A., Scholar of Wadham Coll. Oxford; left 1866; 

afterwards Q.C. Ob. 1899 

Rev. J. B. Jones, \I.A., Trinity Coll. Cambridge; left 1868 

Ob. 

Rev. Joseph Wood, D.D., late Fellow of St. John's Coll. Oxford ; 
left 1867; Assistant Master Cheltenham Coll.; Head Master 
of Leamington ; Head Master of Tonbridge ; Head Master of 
Harrow from 1898 

Harrow-on-tfu-Hill 
W. J. Jeaffreson, B.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford; left 1867 
James Hook, B.A., Trinity Coll. Cambridge; left 1867 Ob. 
E. Bond, B.A., Scholar of St. John's Coll. Oxford; left 1866 

1867 Rev. Arthur Maude, M.A. and late Student of Ch. Ch. 

Oxford; H.O. 1871 ; left 1876; Rector of Burgh from 1876 

Burgh Rectory^ Woodbridge 

E. E. Morris, M.A., Lincoln Coll. Oxford; left 1869 ; Professor 
of Moral Philosophy, Melbourne, N.S.W. 

Rev. William Henry Ranken, M.A. ; resigned 1868. Vide 
Fellows 



12 ASSISTANT MASTERS 

Rev. William Moore, late Scholar and M.A. of New Coll. and 
late Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford; left 1868; Rector 
of Appleton from 1878 

Appleton Rectory^ Abingdon 



Rev. W. a. C. Macfarlane, B.A., Scholar of St. John's Coll. 
Oxford ; resigned 1868 Ob. 

Rev. J. Bernard, B.A., Magdalen Hall Oxford; afterwards 
J. B. Leseman; left 1868. (Mod. Lang. Master) Ob. ' 



1868 Rev. W. Page Oldham, M.A. ; late Scholar of Christ's Coll. 

Cambridge; left 1868. (Math. Master) Ob. 

Ven. Edward Barber, M.A., late Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxford ; 
left 1871 ; Archdeacon, Canon of Chester, and Rector of St. 
Bridge's from 1886 

St, Bridgets Rectory ^ Chester 

Rev. Robert Frederick Rumsev, M.A., late Scholar of B.N.C. 
Oxford ; Assistant Master at Eton 1873-7 ; Rector of Cal- 
verton from 1901 

Calverton Rectory^ Stony Stratford 

Charles Robert Moore, M. A., Scholar of C.C.C. Oxford ; left 
1878; Sacred Poem Prize 1890 

Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

Rev. Edward Worslev, M.A., Sub- Warden ; resig;ned 187 1 ; 
O.R. vide sub anno 1854 

1869 J. W. Freese, B.A., Trinity Coll. Cambridge; left 1871. (Mod. 

Lang. Master) 

Rev. Arthur Compton Auchmuty, M.A., late Scholar of 
Lincoln Coll. Oxford ; Newdigate Prize Poem 1862 ; left 
1870 

Kingsland, R.S.O., Herefordshire 



ASSISTANT MASTERS 



To Rev. C. Martin. 

1872 Frederick Burn Harvey, M.A., late Scholar of New Coll. 

Oxford; left 1879 

William Collett Sandars, Taylorian Exhibition, Oxford 
(Modern Division) 187 1 Ob. 

Charles Frederick Vincent, M.A., late Scholar of New Coll. 
Oxford; afterwards Sub- Warden ; left 1890 

1873 Rev. Humphrey Fleming Pinder, M.A., St. John's Coll. 

Cambridge; left 1879; H.O. 1874; Head Master of Witney 
Grammar School ; Vicar of Black-Bourton from 1899 

Black-Bourton Vicarage^ Faringdon 

J. M. Johnson, B.A., Scholar of St. John's Coll. Cambridge ; 
left 1877. (Math. Master) Ob. 

1874 R. G. K. Wrench, B.A., late Scholar of Pembroke Coll. 

Oxford ; left 1874 ; Assistant Master at Winchester Coll. 
(Mod. Lang. Master) 

1875 *Henry Myddelton Evans, M.A. ; Sub-Warden from 1890; 

O.R. vide sub anno 1861 

A. E. Bernays, left 1876 ; H.M. Inspector of Schools 

1876 Gerard William Smith, M.A., Exeter Coll. Oxford; left 

1877. (Mod. Lang. Master) 

1877 Rev. Joseph Hooper Maude, M.A., late Scholar of C.C.C. 

Oxford ; late Fellow, Dean and Lecturer of Hertford Coll. 
Oxford ; left 1877 ; H.O. 1885 ; Rector of Hilgay from 1900 

Hilgay Rectory ^ Downham Market 

C. H. Hodges, B.A., late Exhibitioner of Queen's Coll. Oxford ; 
left 1879 ; Assistant Master at Rugby 

Rugby School^ Warwickshire 



14 ASSISTANT MASTERS 

Richard Adolph Ploetz, M.A., late Demy of Magdalen Coll. 
Oxford; Taylorian Scholar 1869; left 1879; Assistant Master 
at Eton. (Mod. Lang. Master) 

Eton College^ Windsor 

1878 Rev. George Bowyer Vaux, M.A., late Exhibitioner of C.C.C. 

Oxford; left 1879 ; Vicar of Aylesford from 1895 

The Vicarage, Aylesford, Kent 

1879 Rev. Thomas Digby Raikes, M.A. ; left 1895; O.R. tide sub 

anno 1862 

Rev. Edward Worsley, returned as Sub-Warden for term 

*Rev. John Henry Kirkby, M.A., late Exhibitioner of Univer- 
sity Coll. Oxford (ist Class Math. Mods.; ist Class Math. 
Fin.). (Math. Master) 

Radley Coliege, Abingdon 

F. T. Dalton, M.A., late Scholar of C.C.C. Oxford ; left 1886 ; 
on the staff of The Times 

4J Clanricarde Gardens, W, 



To Rev. R. J. Wilson. 

1880 J. M. HoRSBURGH, B.A., New Coll. Oxford (Mod. Lang. 

Master); left 1882; Librarian of London Institute 

1 88 1 Rev. Charles Edward Blackett-Ord, M.A., late Scholar of 

C.C.C. Oxford; left 1882 ; Rector of Rothbury from 1901 

Wilton Tower, Rothbury 

1882 Richard Stephen Kindersley, M.A., late Scholar of Exeter 

Coll. Oxford; left 1884; came back as Master of Army Class 
1887 ; left 1888 ; Assistant Master at Eton from 1888 

Eton College, Windsor 

*Ernest Bryans, M.A., late Exhibitioner of Merton Coll. 
Oxford. (Master of Modern Divisions) 

Radley College, Abi?igdon 






ASSISTANT MASTERS 15 

Rev. John Francis Leighton, B.A., late Exhibitioner of Trinity 
Coll. Oxford (Science Master); left 1882; H.O. 1882; 
afterwards Rector of St. Peter, Gympie, Queensland, Australia 

Ob. 

1885 James Harvey Hichens, M.A., late Scholar of Queen's Coll. 
Oxford (Science Master); left 1889; Assistant Master at 
Cheltenham 1890-5 ; Head Master of Wolverhampton 
Grammar School from 1895 

The Grammar School^ Wolverhampton 

Rev. Thomas Frederick Hobson, B.A. ; left 1884; returned 
1885 ; left 1889 ; O.R. vide sub anno 1872 

DiGBV R. H. La Motte, B.A., late Exhibitioner of Trinity Coll. 
Oxford; left 1885; Assistant Master at St. Paul's School 
from 1885 

St PauPs School, West Kensington, W, 

Augustus Scobell Orlebar, M.A., late Scholar of Worcester 
Coll. Oxford; left 1891 ; Head Master of Preparatory School 
till 1902 

Teiworth Hall, Sandy 

1887 Rev. Francis John Lys, M.A., late Scholar of W^orcester Coll. 

Oxford; left 1888; Fellow and Tutor of Worcester Coll. 
Oxford from 1889 

Worcester College, Oxford 

Rev. Thomas Wood Robinson, B.A., late Scholar of Balliol 
Coll. Oxford (Math. Master); left 1888; H.O. 1890; 
Chaplain R.N. from 1894 

H.M,S. ^^ Renown,^^ Mediterranean 

1888 John Howard Palmer, B.A., late Scholar of Exeter Coll. 

Oxford (Math. Master); left 1889 



To Rev. H. L. Thompson. 

1889 Gordon M*Neil Rushforth, late Scholar of St. John's Coll. 
Oxford; left 1889; Vice-Principal of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford 

St Mary's Hall, Oxford 



i6 ASSISTANT MASTERS 

Rev. Edwin Harding Eland, M.A., Balliol Coll. Oxford ; B.A. 
London; H.O. 1889; left 1895; Curate of Dorking, Surrey, 
from 1896 ; Missioner dio. Winchester 1903 

Wolsey Hall^ Winchester 

Rev. Arthur Fluitt Titherington, M.A., late Scholar of 
Queen's Coll. Oxford; H.O. 1890; left 1895; Head Master 
of Brighton Coll. from 1895 

The College^ Brighton 

♦Arthur Capel Molyneux Croome, M.A., late Demy of 
Magdalen Coll. Oxford 

Radley College^ Abingdon 

Rev. William Hall, B.A., late Scholar of King's Coll. 
Cambridge (Wrangler); left 1890; Assistant Master of 
Rossall 1890-4; H.O. 1893; Chaplain R.N. from 1894 

H.M,S, " St, George^^ Training Squadron 

1890 *Rev. Francis Joseph Stone, M.A., King's Coll. Cambridge 

(Science Master) 

Radley College^ Abingdon 

♦Edward Franklin Simpkinson, M.A., late Exhibitioner C.C.C. 
Oxford 

Radley Col lege ^ Abingdon 

*Arthur Owen Pughe, M.A., late Scholar of Ch. Ch Oxford 
Radley College^ Abingdon 

1891 William John Goodrich, M.A., late Scholar of Balliol Coll. 

Oxford; left 1892; late Professor of Hist, and Pol. Econ. 
Allahabad University 

* Francis James Barmby, M.A., Magdalen Coll. Oxford 
Radley College^ Abingdon 

1892 *LiONEL James, M.A., late Scholar of Ch. Ch. Oxford 

Radley College^ Abingdon 



ASSISTANT MASTERS if 

1895 Frederick Edon Robeson, M.A., late Postmaster of Merton 

Coll. Oxford ; left 1898 ; Assistant Master at Eton 

Eton College^ Windsor 

Rev. Philip Morgan Watkins, late Scholar of B.N.C. Oxford ;; 
left 1897 

The Dene, Caterham Valley 

1896 Rev. Francis Ernest Hutchinson, M A., Trinity Coll. Oxford; 

H.O. 1896 ; Chaplain and Tutor, Cooper's Hill, 1900-3 ;; 
Chaplain of King's Coll. Cambridge from 1903 

King's College, Cambridge 



To Rev. T. Field. 

1897 Frederic Berwulf Beevor Kirkman, M.A., Lincoln Coil. 
Oxford; left 1897; Assistant Master at Merchant Taylors' 
School ; Examiner to Oxford and Cambridge Joint Board 

William Johnston Stone, B.A., late Scholar of King's Coll. 
Cambridge; left 1899; afterwards Assistant Master at Marl- 
borough Ob. £900 

1899 John George Coddington Croslegh, M.A., Trinity Coll. 

Cambridge ; left 1901 ; Assistant Master in the Grey Coll. and 
House-master of St. Andrew's Hostel, Bloemfontein, till 1903 

*Henry Alban Lowe, M.A., late Lee Scholar of Trinity Coll. 
Cambridge 

Radley College, Abingdon 

Donald Mercer, B.A., Pembroke Coll. Cambridge (Master of 
the Navy Class); left 1901; Preparatory School for Royal 
Navy 

1900 Roper Spyers, M.A., Keble Coll. Oxford ; left 1903 ; O.R. vide 

sub anno 1882 

Seton House, Weybridge, Surrey 

1 90 1 S. H. Blore, M.A., late Scholar of New Coll. Oxford; left 

1901 ; Assistant Master at Winchester 

D 



1 8 • ASSISTANT MASTERS 

William Hamilton Fyfe, B.A., late Postmaster of Merton Coll. 
Oxford ; left 1903 ; Fellow, Merton Coll. Oxford from 1903 

Merton College^ Oxford 

1902 Charles Johnston Bourne Webb, B.A., Keble Coll. Oxford ; 
left 1902 ; O.R. vide sub anno 1888 

Constantine Warren Maude Moorsom, B.A., Trinity Coll. 
Cambridge; left 1903 

R,N, College^ Osborne, Isle of Wight 

* 

William Douglas Lowe, B.A., late Scholar of Pembroke Coll. 
Cambridge ; left 1903 ; Junior Censor, University Coll. 
Durham 

*Frederick Paul Bird (Master of Navy Class) 
Radley College, Abingdon 

i903*Rev. Arthur William Davies, M.A., Trinity Coll. Dublin 

Radley College^ Abingdon 



19 



REV. ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON, M.A. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1S47. 



1847. 

Clutterbuck, Alexander ; left 1852 Ob. 

Melhuish, Qeors^e Edward, first boy to arrive at the School ; first 

S.P. 1852; left 1852 Ob. 1874 

Postmr. and M.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; 
late Cur. of Bradford-on-Avon 



Reynolds, Samuel Harvey; left 1850 Ob. 1897 

Schol. and M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; Newdig. Prize Poem ; 
ist CI. Lit. Hum. ; Ehg. Essay) ; Fellow of B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. i860 ; 
Vic. of East Ham 1871-93; Author of "Notes on Iliad"; Editor of 
Bacon's Essays, Clar. Press Series 



1848. 

Balfour, Melville ; left 1852 Ob. 1857 

Killed in Indian Mutiny 

Byass, Robert Nicholi; left 1851 

Oriel Coll. Oxf.; m. ist 1857 Mary (ob. 1879), 2 d. of late Rev. W. 
Hutchinson ; 2nd 1884 Mary A., 4 d. of late Jas. Dalglish, Esq., of 
Aigburth ; J.P. Glost. and Oxon 

Wyck Hill, Slow-on-the- Wold 
Crichton, Arthur William; left 1850 Ob. 1882 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1867 Hon. Constance, d. of 3rd Lord 
Lilford 



20 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [1848 

Crichton, Henry Benyon ; left 1851 Ob. 1889 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Commr. Inland Rev. ; m. Emma Charlotte, d. of late 
J. Dillwyn Llewellyn, Esq. ; D.L., J. P. Herefordshire ; J.P. Radnorshire 

Day, Hennitafi:e Charles; left 1851 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 185^ ; Vic. of Bredhurst, Kent, 1864-78 

The Rev. H. C. Day, 
Frindsbury^ Rochester 

Donnison, Edward William ; left 1850 

Elliot, Dunsterville ; left 1850 

Elliot, Gilbert Stanley ; left 1849 Ob. 

Killed in Australia bv fall from horse 

Qlbbs, Robert Crawley; left 1850 
Qurdon, Philip ; left 1852 

M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; formerly in H.O. 

Villa Mercedes^ Rue de France^ Biarritz 

Hill, Alfred Octavius ; left 1852 Ob. circa 1877 in Russia 

Hill, Stanton Nicholas ; left 1850 

SI Kensington Mansions^ Trebovir Road^ S. W, 

Howard, Henry ; left 1854 
Kennard, Adam Steinmetz; left T850 

M. 1883 Alice Jane, eld. d. of H. Lomax Gaskell, Esq., of Kiddington Hall, 
Oxon ; J.P. Hants (Sheriff 1885) ; Carlton Club 

Belmore House^ Bishops Waltham 
Kennard, Edmund Hes^an; left 1850 

M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; F.R.G.S. ; m. 1868 Agnes, d. of Joseph Heean, Esq., 
Dawpool; late Capt. 8th Hussars; A.D.C. to Viceroy of Ireland 
(Abercorn) 1867-8 ; Col. 15th Middlesex Vol. 1870-85 ; (Hon. Col. from 
1885); V.D. ; M.P. (C) Beverley 1868-9, Lymington 1874-85; Carlton, 
St. James', and Naval and Military Clubs 

Colonel E. Hegan-Kennard, 
25 Bruton Street^ JV, 



1848] ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON 21 

Kennard, Henry Marty n ; left 1849 

One of the crew of the ist Radley Boat ; m. 1858 Katherine Anne (ob. 
1875), d. of late Rev. G. Thomas, of Ystrad Mynach, Glamorgan ; 
J.P. Glamorgan ; D.L., J.P. Monmouth (Sheriff 1863) ; Prov. Gr. Master 
and G.S. Monmouth ; Carlton and Boodle's Clubs 

63 Lowndes Square^ S. W. 
Blaenavon^ Monmouthshire 

Kennett, Charles ; left 1850 Ob. 

Late Cornet 14th Hussars 

Lumley, Edward; left 1849 

Mannins:, William Henry; left 185 1 Ob. 

Medley, Spenser Mansel ; left 1850 Ob. 

Com. R.N. 

Moorsom, Henry Man vers ; left 1854 

Good conduct sword, R.M. Academy, Woolwich, 1857 ; m. 1869 Florence, 
d. of T. Hall Chapman, Esq. ; served in China War, i860 ; actions at 
Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and Surrender of Pekin ; p.s.c. 
1867 ; late Colonel R.A., ret. 1896 ; Army and Navy and United Service 
Clubs 

Colonel H. M. Moorsom, 

// William Street^ Lowndes Square^ S. W, 

Newland, Qeor^^e Edward ; left 1852 Ob. 

Late Royal Irish Constabulary 

Pearse, Qeorfi:e Thomas ; left 1850 

Portman, Henry Pitzhardins^e Berkeley ; left 1850 

M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1864; Rec. of Pylle 1866-85; ^ec. of 
Orchard Portman from 1885 

The Rev. H. F. B. Portman, 
Thurlbear^ Taunton 

Richards, Edward Saxon; left 1855 Ob. 

Exhib. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 1855 » Demy Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1856 

Sewell, Henry; left 1858 

Capt. and Stroke of viii ; Capt. F. xi ; S.P. 1858 ; Sch., Math. Exhib. and 
iM.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Math. Mods.) ; I.C.S. 
1861-1890 

$6 Warrington Crescent^ London^ W. 



22 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [1848-9 

Sewell. William Robert Dalrymple; left 1850 Ob. 1859 

Late lyt. Madras Horse Artill. ; served in Indian Mutiny ; died of cholera 
on voyage home 

Trench, Frederick Chenevix; left 1852 Ob. Aug. 1894 

(afterwards Major-General F. C. Trench, C.M.G.) 

M. 1873 Mary Frederica Blanche, only d. of the late Capt. C. B. Mulville ; 
served in Indian Mutiny at siege and capture of Delhi 1857, with 
Hodson's Horse, and in siege and capture of Lucknow 1858 ; com- 
manded 2oth Hussars 1880-3 ; Military attach^ St. Petersburg 1883-6 ; 
Major-General ; C.M.G. 1887 

.Willaume, Thomas Butts Tanqueray ; left 1850 
Willis, Thomas Predericlc; left 1852 Ob. 

Migrated to Eton (Scholar) ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; subsequently in H.O. 

Wood, Henry ; left 1848 

M. ist 1866 Charlotte F., daughter of Maj.-Gen. Smith ; 2nd 1871 Helen 
M., d. of Rev. H. Brown, Rector of Woolwich ; served with the 30th 
Regt. in Crimea, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol; in cam- 
paign on N.W. Frontier 1862, and was present at action at Shubkudder ; 
served with Rifle Brigade in Afghan War 1878-9; also in expedition 
against Mahsood Wuzeerees 188 1 ; commanded 9th Regt. Dist. 1887-90 ; 
C.B. ; Colonel ; ret. 1890 ; United Service Club 

Colonel Henry Wood, C.B. 
7/ Thorpe Road, Norwich 

Wood, Robert ; left 1849 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.; m. 1861 Charlotte Ernestina, 2 d. of W. H. 
Goschen, Esq., of Templeton House, Roehampton ; H.O. 1861 ; Vic. of 
Christ Church, Erith, 1871-81 ; Rec. of Halsted 1881-7 ; of Smarden 
1887-90 ; Vic. of Bickley 1890-98 ; Constitutional Club 

The Rev. Robert Wood, 

WeyleaSy Farncombe, Godalming 

Youns:, John Hardy ; left 1850 



1849. 

Austin, William Qeor^^e Gardiner ; left 1853 Ob. Oct. 1903 

F. Team ; S.P. 1853 ; Exhib. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Demv and M.A. Magd. Coll. 
Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; Ox. Univ. viii. 1858 ; Fellow of Radley 1858-9 ; 
H.O. 1859; Chaplain to Bp. of Guiana 1860-91 ; Insp. of Schools, 
Guiana, 1862-91 ; Precentor of St. George's Cath., Guiana, 1884-91 ; 
Rec. of Stan way, Essex, 1891-7 



1849] ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON 23 

Barton, Mordaunt ; left 1854 

B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1861 ; Vic. of St. James, Northampton, 
1875-85 ; Rec. of Tickencote from 1885 ; and H.D. of Rutland from 
1887 ; Grosvenor Club 

The Rev. Mordaunt Barton, 
Tickencote Rectory^ Stamford 

Biscoe, Henry Treweeke ; left 1857 

Ouseley Music Prize (twice) ; Sch. and M.A. Line. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. 
Mods.); H.O. 1867; Ghap. King's Coll. Camb. 1875-90; Rec. of 
Greenford 1 890-1 901 

The Rev. H. T. Biscoe, 

The Nunnery^ Isle of Man 

Bawman, Frederick John ; left \%^o 

Buller, John Edward ; left 185 1 

Campion, Charles Walter; left 185 1 

Migrated to Eton ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1879 Charlotte S., only d. of 
Hugh H. Seymour, Esq. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 1866 ; Examiner of Stand- 
ing Orders and Taxing Master in Parliament from 1884 

52 Lennox Gardens^ S, W. 
Cardale, Edward Russell Ob. Feb. 1852 

Died at Radley 

Cockerell, Rowland Viner; left 1851 Ob. 

Formerly in Indian C. S. 

Copeland, Edward Capper; left 1850 Ob. May 1875 

Migrated to Harrow 

Gray, Frederick; left 1849 ^b- 1^03 

M. 1 87 1 Frances, d. of C. Wyndham, Esq., of Donhead Hall, Wilts ; 
J. P. Sussex 

Gray, George Wyndham; left 1849 
Gray, Henry Francis; left 1849 
Gray, William Arthur ; left 1849 



24 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [1849 

Harins:ton, Charles; left 185 1 Ob. Feb. 1868 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. ; late Rector of Stoke-Lacey, Herefordshire ; 
m. Alice, d. of A. Cotton, Esq. 

Henry, Arthur ; left 1852 
Henry, Ernest ; left 1852 

Late 72nd Foot 

Henry, James; left 1852 

Hetlins:, Frederick Thomas ; left 1855 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1863 ; Rec. of Testerton, Norfolk, 1866-80 ; 
Domestic Chap, to (3rd) Marquess of Salisbury 1877-80 ; Rec. of Essendon, 
Herts, 1880-90 ; Vic. of Christ Church, Albany Street, 1890-9 ; Rec. 
of Redmile from 1899 

The Rev. F. T. Hetling, 

Redmile Rectory^ Nottingham 

Hill, Charles James; left 1852 

Howard, George Francis ; left 1849 

Howard, William Fredericlc ; left 1852 

Hudson, Herbert Richard ; left 1852 Ob. 

Late 55th Foot 

Irons, Herbert William ; left 1851 Ob. 1858 

I.C.S. ; died of fever in camp in Indian Mutiny 

Janvrin, Herbert Small ; left 1853 Ob. 

Late 64th Foot ; served in Kertch Expedit. 1855 ; also in Federal 
Cavalry against Confederates, U.S.A., 1864 

Jelf, Arthur Richard ; left 1850 

Migrated to Eton ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1867 Jane, youngest d. of late 
Rev. W. Clark King ; Barr. Inner Temple 1863 ; Q.C. 1880 ; Bencher 
1884; Rec. of Shrewsbury 1879- 1901 ; a Justice or the King's Bench 
from 1901 ; Knighted 1901 ; Athenaeum Club 

The Hon. Mr. Justice Jelf, 

g Kin^s Bench Walk, Temple, E, C 

Oak House, Carlton Road, Putney Hill, S. W. 



1849] ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON 25 

Laprimaudaye, Charles Henry; left 1851 

M. i860 Blanche Maud Margaret, d. of the late Gen. Sir J. Gaspard Le 
Marchant, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. ; late Capt. 64th Regt. 

Captain C. H. Laprimaudaye, 
52 Thurloe Square^ S, W, 

Macdonald, John Crawfurd ; left 1850 

Majendie, Henry William; left 185 1 

Foundat. Sch. Winchester, 185 1 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; played for Oxf. 
Univ. xvi v. M.C.C., and Surrey ; H.O. 1866 ; m. 1878 Alice, 2 d. of W. 
Adair Bruce, Esq., of Ashley, Box, Wilts ; Vic. of H. Trin., Barnstaple, 
1875-82 ; of Torquay, 1884- 1900 ; R.D. of Ipplepen, 1885-9 ; M.C.C., 
Union, Royal Societies, and Alpine Clubs 

The Rev. H. W. Majendie, 
Crofion Tower^ Torquay 

Malan, William John Caesar ; left 1851 Ob. 

Mason, Edward Montg:omery ; left 1854 

Late 5th Fusiliers ; served in India during Mutiny ; entered Lucknow 
with Havelock 

Perceval, Ernest Augustus ; left 1853 

Late 88th Regt. ; served in Crimea, and in storming of Redan, Sept. 8, 1855 

Saunders, Kenrick Francis ; left 1853 

Migrated to Eton 

Sewell, Arthur ; left i860 

Ouseley Music Prize ; Choral Sch. and M.A. New Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1866 ; 
m. 1876 Mary Lee, youngest d. of H. Franks Waring, Esq., of South- 
cliffe, Lyme Regis ; Assist. Mast. Malvern Coll. 1866-71 ; Princip. 
Southlea Sch. 187 1-3 ; Lichford Hall Sch., Manchester, 1874-8 ; Waterloo 
Ho. Sch., Leamington, 1878-87 ; Head Mast, of Cleveland Ho. Sch., 
Weymouth, from 1897 ; Chap. Order St. John of Jerusalem ; Author 
of " Daily Thoughts for Schoolboys," &c. ; Blenheim Club. 

The Rev. Arthur Sewell, 

Cleveland House School, Weymouth 

Spyers, Henry Almack; left 1857 

C. xi. ; S.P. 1857 ; M.A. and B.D. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd 
CI. Law and Hist. ; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1863 ; Head Mast. 
Weybridge Sch. 1880-6; Vicar of Purbrook 1886-1903 

The Rev. H. A. Spyers, 

The White House^ Craneswater, Southsea 

£ 



26 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [i349-So 

Spyers, Thomas Charles; left 1852 Ob. 1875 

M.D. St. Andrews 

Talfourd, Thomas Noon ; left 1850 
Thynne, Arthur Christopher ; left 185 1 

M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Finals) ; H.O. 1837 ; m. 1859 Gwenllian 
Elizabeth Fanny Isabel, d. of late R. Kendall, Esq. ; Prebendary of 
Exeter 1H65-77 ; Hon. Canon and. Treasurer of Truro Cath. from 1877 ; 
J.P. Cornwall; Proc. Dio. Truro from 1880; R.D. from 1887; Rec. of 
Kilkhampton from 1859 ; Chap, to Bishop (Gott) of Truro from 1891 

The Rev. Canon A. C. Thynne, 

Fenstowe^ Kilkhampton^ Bude, Cornwall 

Thynne, William Frederick; left 1851 Ob. 1858 

Capt. Rifle Brig. ; killed at Lu-^know 

Wilberforce, Arthur Henry; left 1850 
Wilberforce, Ernest Roland ; left 185 1 

Migrated to Harrow ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1864 ; D.D. 1882 ; m. ist, 
d. of Sir C. H. J. Anderson, 9th Bart. ; 2nd, 1874 Emily, d. of late Very 
Rev. G. H. Connor, Dean of Windsor; Canon of Winchester 1878-82 ; 
Bishop of Newcastle -on -Tyne 1882-95 » of Chichester from 1895 

The Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Chichester, 
The Palace^ Chichester 

Wilberforce, Resrinald Qarton ; left 1851 

M. 1867 Anna M., 3 d. of Hon. R. Denman ; late 52nd Foot (Oxford- 
shire L.I.) ; Barr. Inner Temple 1870 ; D.L., J.P. Sussex 

National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, S, W. 
Willis, William Jervis ; left 1852 Ob. 

Migrated to Eton ; late 14th Foot 

Wilson. John Bollard ; left 1853 

Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; emigrated to New Zealand 



1850. 

Balfour, Archibald ; left 1852 

6s Pont Street, S. IV, 



1850] ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON 27 

Bennett, Alexander 5ykes ; left 1856 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1861 ; Vic. of St. Stephen's, Bournemouth, from 
1882 ; Grosvenor Club 

The Rev. A. S. Bennett, 

St, Cross^ Bodorgan Road, Bournemouth 

Borrett, Herbert Charles; left 1857 

M. 1867 Annie, eld. d. of late Maj. John Bennett, ist Bombay Fusiliers; 
late King's Own (Roy. Lane.) Regt. ; served in Abyssinian Campaign ; 
present at action of Arogee and capture of Magdala, 1868 ; commanded 
49th Reg. Dist. Reading, 1890-95 ; A.A.G. Army Headquarters 1895-8 ; 
Maj. -General 1898; Insp.-Gen. for recruiting at Headquarters 1899- 
1903 ; C.B. 1902 ; ret. 1903 ; United Service Club 

Major-General H. C. Borrett, C.B., 

cjo Messrs, Cox <5^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Brown, Stafford Majendie; left 1852 
Brown, William Sampson; left 1854 

Woolwich, 1854 ; Good Conduct Sword, Woolwich, 1857 

Burr, Henry; left 1851 
Cliampernowne, Henry; left 1853 

Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1880 Elizabeth Charlotte, 2 d. of Maj. -Gen. T. A. L. 
Murray, R.E. ; late Col. R.E. ; ret. 1895 ; United Service Club 

Colonel H. Champernowne, R.E., 
44 Draycott Place, S, W, 
Found, Yelverton, Devon 

Cockerell, Louis Arthur; left 1852 

Migrated to Rugby ; M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; Played for Oxf. Univ. v. 
Players 1858 ; H.O. 1863 ; m. 1882 Madeleine Barbara, 4 d. of Moses 
Benson, Esq., of Lutwyche Hall, Much Wenlock ; Vic. of North Weald, 
1880-92; R.L). of Ongar, 1891-2; Vic. of Wormingford, 1892-6; Prim- 
rose Club 

The Rev. L. A. Cockerell, 
106 Banbury Road, Oxford 

Fraser, Lionel Mordaunt ; left 1851 

Frere, William Bdward; left 185 1 Ob. Dec. 1900 

Migrated to Harrow ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Qalton, Charles Arthur; left 1852 Ob. 

Late Madras C.S. 



28 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [1850 

Gallon, John Charles ; left 1852 

Heaton, Arthur; left 185 1 

Late Capt. 15th Foot 

Holland, William James; left 1858 

viii (cox) 1853-8 ; m. 1863 Elizabeth Holmes, elder d. of the late Francis 
Woodward, Esq., D.L., J. P., of Bricklehamptoa Hall, Worcestershire 

21 Cadogan Gardens^ S, IV. 
Lowndes, Thomas; left 1851 

M. 1866 Bertha (ob.), d. of (i. A. Crawley, Esq., of Fitzroy House, High- 
gate; Insp.-Gen. of Police, Rangoon, 1875-86; served in Burmese War 
1885 ; Maj.-Gen. ; I.S.C. ; ret. 1887 ; Junior Constitutional Club 

Major-General T. Lowndes, 
71 Oxford Terrace^ W. 

Marshall, Qeorsre William; left 1851 

LL.D., Peterhouse, Camb. ; F.S.A. ; m. d. (ob. 1891) of Rev. A. W. Hall, 
Rec. of Debden, Essex ; Barr. Middle Temple 1865 ; D.L., J. P., 
Herefordshire (Sheriff 1902) ; Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms from 
1887 ; Heralds' College, E.G. ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Sarnesfidd Courts Weobley^ R,S,0, 
Orme, James Bond; left T857 

viii 1855-7 ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Student Inner 
Temple 1860-2 ; H.O. 1863 ; m. 1863 Anne Mary, 3 d. of the late 
Laurence Smith, Esq., of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex ; Rec. of Angmering 
from 1866 

The Rev. T. B. Orme, 

Angmering Rectory^ Sussex 

Oswald, Richard Alexander; left 1854 

Migrated to Harrow ; m. 1868 Maude, 2 d. of late J. H. Smith-Barry, Esq., 
of Marbury Hall, Cheshire ; late Lieut. 29th Regt. ; J. P. Dumfriesshire ; 
D.L., J.P. and Convener, Ayrshire (Vice-Lieut, from 1895) J D^L-* J-P.> 
Kirkcudbrightshire ; Carlton, Turf, and Boodle's Clubs 

Auchincruive^ Ayr, N.B, 
CavenSy Dumfries , N,B, 

Puller, Christopher Cholmeley ; left 1852 

Migrated to Eton ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. 

Pusey, William Bouverle; left 1855 Ob. 



1850] ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON 29 

Risley, Robert Wells; left 1855 Ob. 1884 

S.P. 1855 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (Univ. viii 1857, 8, 9, 60) ; H.O. 



Shakespear, Arthur Wyndham; left 1855 Ob. 1898 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1861 

Skinner, Fitzowen John; left 1857 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (3rd Class Mods.) ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

Tancred, Thomas Selby; left 1852 

M. 1866 Mary Harriet, 2 d. of Geo. W. Hemans, Esq. ; Civil Engineer ; 
one of the Contractors of the Forth Bridge, 1883-9 ; built the Delagoa 
Bay Rly. 1887 ; succeeded his father as 8th Bart. 1880 

Sir Thomas S. Tancred, Bart., 
46 Inverness Terrace^ IV. 

Thynne, Alfred Walter; left 1853 

Late Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards ; ret. 1866 ; J.P. Bedfordshire 
JO Cadogan Square, S. IV, 

Thynne, John Charles; left 1857 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; in. Mary, 2 d. of the late Sir J. A. MacGregor, 
3rd Bart. ; Receiver -general to Dean and Chapter of Westminster 1865- 
1902 ; D.L. Bedfordshire ; Marlborough Club 

lyd Great Cumberland Place^ W, 
Trotter, William S. ; left 1855 

Good Conduct Sword, Woolwich, 1857 ; Late Lt. R.A. ; India, 1858 

Wade, Nus^ent Charles; left 1859 

Grosvenor Club 

Woden House ^ Gortng-on- Thames 

Wise, Charles William; left 1856 

Wood, Edward Alexander; left 1852 Ob. 1898 

(afterwards Major-General E. A. Wood, C.B.) 

Migrated to Eton ; late Col. loth Hussars ; commanded 7th and 57th 
Regt. Districts, Houuslow ; G.O.C. Shomcliffc ; Maj.-Gen. ; C.B. 



30 ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON [1850 

Woodsrate, Walter Bradford; left 1858 

viii 1858 ; Scholar and M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. (Univ. viii 1862-3) ; Barr. 
Inner Temple; Author of "O.V.H.," "Ensemble," "Boating" (Bad- 
minton), " Tandem " 

Farrar^s Buildings^ Temple^ E. C, 
Woodward, Robert; left 1857 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Barr. Inner Temple, 1863 ; m. 
1874 Mary Jane, eld. d. of Rev. Dawson W. Turner, D.C.L. ; J. P. 
Staffordshire, D.L. and J. P. Worcestershire ; New University Club 

Arley Castle^ Bewdley 
Woodward, William Alexander; left 1857 

Late i6th Foot; H.O. 1865; Rec. of Warsop, 1871-2; of Flax-Bourton 
from 1894 

The Rev. W. A. Woodward, 

Flax-Bourton Rectory, Bristol 



ssi] 31 



REV. WILLIAM BEADON HEATHCOTE, M.A. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 185I. 



♦ •» 



I85I. 

Akers, George; left 1856 Ob. 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Math. Mods.) ; H.O. ; late Cur. of St. 
George's-in-the-East ; afterwards Pres. of St. Edmund's (Roman 
Catholic) Coll. Ware 

Austen -Leisrh, Arthur Henry; left 1852 

M.A. and B.D. Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; Craven Scholar 1857 (ist CI. Law and 
Mod. Hist.) ; late Fellow of St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; Rec. of Winter- 
bourn 1875-90 ; Vic. of Wargrave from 1890 

The Rev. A. H. Austen-Leigh, 

Wargrave Vicarage^ Twyford, Berks 

Everard, Louis Francis; left 1854 Ob. 

Late 29th Foot 

Pranks, Robert Charles; left 185 1 

Hook, Walter; left 1857 Ob. 

Hist. Essay 1858 ; viii and C. xi ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Law and 
Mod Hist.); H.O 1863; late Junior Canon and Precentor Chichester 
Cath. ; Vic. of Mid Lavent ; Vic. of St. Bartholomew's, Chichester ; 
Vic. of Lavington ; Rec. of Porget ; Rec. of Porlock ; R.D. of Dunster ; 
Author of "Proper Names in Holy Scripture," "Family Prayers," 
Church and Her Ordinances," " Church Dictionary " ' "^ ' 

Johnstone, Sir Frederick John William, Bart. ; left 1853 

Migrated to Eton ; M.A Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1899 Laura C, d. of late 
W. Russell, Esq., Acct.-Gen. in Chancery, and widow of 4th Earl of 
Wilton; D.L. Dumfriesshire; Sheriff of Dorset 1889; M P fC) Wev 
TurT Club's'^"^^ ' ^"""^^^^^^ ^'^ ^^^^^^ ^' ^*^ ^art. 1841 ;" Carlton and 

p Arlington Street, S. W, 
Westerhall, Langholm, N.B, 



32 WILLIAM BE ADO N HEATHCOTE [1851 

Johnstone, Qeors:e Charles Keppel; left 1853 

Migrated to Eton ; m. 1875 Agnes Caroline, youngest d. of late Thos. 
Chamberlayne, Esq., of Cranbury Park, Hants ; J.P. Hants ; heir pres. 
to baronetcy ; Colonel, late Gren. Guards ; Carlton and Pratt's Clubs 

Colonel G. C. K. Johnstone, 

Rothsay^ West Coives^ Isle of Wight 

Kerr, Lord Walter Talbot; left 1853 

Joined R.N. 1853; m. 1873 Lady Amabel, d. of 6th Earl Cowper; in 
Baltic Expedn. 1854-5 ; with Naval Brig, in Indian Mutiny at Lucknow ; 
commd. Medway steam reserve 1882-5 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 
1888-9 ; in commd. in Mediterannean 1890-2 ; a Lord of the Admiralty 
1892-5; commd, Channel Squadron 1895-7; ist Sea Lord of the 
Admiralty from 1899 ; R. Humane Soc. Medal, 3rd Apr. 1876 ; Admiral 
from 1900; G.C.B. (1902); United Service and Jun. Carlton Clubs 

Admiral The Lord Walter T. Kerr, G.C.B., 
16 Queen Anne^s Gate^ Westminster^ S, W, 

Legard, Als:emon Wlllousrhby ; left 185 1 

Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1872 Alicia Egerton, youngest d. of Rev. W. G. W. 
Brooks, late Rec. of Gt. Missenden ; succeeded his cousin as 12th 
Bart. 1 901 ; Boodle's, Constitutional and Yorkshire Clubs 

Sir Algernon W. Legard, Bart., 
/ Victoria Road, Kensington, W. 
Ganton Hall, York 

5ins:leton, Francis Corbet ; left 1851 Ob. 

Late Col. Bombay S.C. ; C.B. 

Wausrh, Alexander ; left 1858 

F. XV ; m. 1865 Annie Gorse, d. of the late John Morgan, Esq., Surgeon, 
Guy's Hospital; Gold Medallist in Surgery; Gold Medallist in Medi- 
cine ; Senior Prizeman in Pract. Anat., also in Med. and Surg. ; Henry 
Clarke's Sch., all, at Bristol Roy. Infirmary and Med. School ; Pres. Bath 
and Bristol Branch Brit. Med. Assoc. 1 880-1 

Midsomer Norton, Bath 



1852] 33 



REV. WILLIAM SEWELL, D-D. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1 852. 



1852. 

Baillie, Francis Henry James; left 1853 Ob. Nov. 1879 

Migrated to Eton ; late 60th Rifles 

Baillie, Hugh Sydney ; left .1853 Ob. 1876 

Bell, Alexander; left 1857 

Woolwich 1861 ; late Lt. R.A. 

Qillett, Edward Alfred; left 1861 

Ouseley Music Prize ; Ottley Drawing Prize ; C. xi 1856-61 ; F. xv 
1859-61 ; P. ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1866 ; m. 1873 Catherine 
EUerton, d. of Rev. James Scott, of Dirleton, North Berwick ; Rec. of 
Woolsthorpe 1879-1903 

The Rev. E. A. Gillett, 
Weygate^ Guildford 

Kerr, Lord John Montas^u Hobart ; left 1853 Ob. 1855 

Leisrh, Roger; left 1856 

M. I, d. (ob. 1884) of late Capt. T. E. Blackwell ; 2, 1885 Agatha 
Elizabeth, only d. of late Alfred Shaw, Esq. ; J.P. Lancashire and Kent ; 
M.P. (C.) Rochester 1880-5 ; Carlton Club 

70 Courtfield Gardens^ S. JV, 
Bar ham Court ^ Teston^ Maidstone 

Morsran, Henry Thornhill ; left 1858 

S.P. 1858; Hist. Essay 1858; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.; 
Denyer and Johnston Theol. Sch. 1865) ; H.O. 1866 ; Chap, of 
Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. 1867-71 ; Vic. of St. John's, Newbury, 1871-84; 
Vic. of Crowthorne 1884-94 ; Rec. of Eckington 1894- 1902 '■> ^ic. of 
St. Peter's, Eastgate (with St. Margaret's), Lincoln, from 1902 

The Rev. H. T. Morgan, 

St MargareVs Vicarage^ Lincoln 



34 WILLIAM SEWELL [1852 

Orme, Henry Merton ; left 1858 

M. 1866 Elizabeth Henrietta, 3 d. of Charles Browning, Esq., of 4 Glou- 
cester Place, W., late 3rd Batt. R. Sussex Regt. (Mil.) 

Lutwicke^ Manor Road^ Worthing 
Parkinson, John ; left 1861 
Scott, Lord Charles Thomas Montas^u-Dou^las ; left 1853 

M. 1883 Ada Mary, d. of Chas. Ryan, Esq., of Derriweit, Macedon, Victoria, 
Australia ; served in Baltic 1854 ; Black Sea 1855 ; China War 1857 ; 
with " Pearls " Brig, in Indian Mutiny 1857-8 (ment. in desp.) ; Capt. 
of H.M.S. "Bacchante" when T.R.H. Prince Albert Victor and Prince 
George of Wales were on board 1879-82 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 
1886-8 ; Commandr.-in-Chief on Australian Station 1889-92 ; at Devon- 
port 1900-3 ; Admiral 1899 ; C.B. (Civil) ; G.C.B. (Mil.) ; United Service 
Club 

Admiral The Lord Charles Scott, G.C.B., 

c\o Messrs. Wood head dr* G?., 44 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Seymour, Albert Eden ; left 1853 

Migrated to Charterhouse ; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; 
Ladies' Plate Henley 1862 ; Grand Ch., Stewards and Ladies' Plate 
1863 ; O.U. Trial viii 1862, O.U. viii 1863 ; H.O. 1866 ; m. 1873 Hester 
Emily, eld. d. of Rev. the Hon. John Fortescue, Canon of Worcester ; Vic. 
of St. Matt., Yiewsley 1873-7 ; of Barnstaple, 1877-85 ; of Bromsgrove 
1885-90 ; of Chittlehampton from 1890 ; Archdeacon of Barnstaple 
from 1890 

The Ven. A. E. Seymour, 

Chittlehampton Vicarage, Umberleigh, North Devon 

Seymour, Edward Hobart ; left 1852 

Served in -Black Sea 1854-5 ; at Bombardment of Odessa, Sebastopol and 
Kinburn ; China War 1857-8 and 1860-2 ; rescued an English vessel 
from Pirates, Congo River 1870; severely wounded and received 
special approval of the Admiralty ; Capt. of " Iris " during Egyptian 
War 1882 (3rd Class Osmanieh) ; x\.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1887-9 J 
Commdr.-in-Chief on China Station 1897- 1901 ; Commdr. Naval Forces, 
North China 1900; first and principal A.D.C. to the King 1902-3; 
commdg. at Devonport from 1903 ; Admiral 1901 ; G.C.B. ; Order of 
Merit; LL.D. Camb. ; Humane Soc. Medal i860; United Service, 
Wellington, Travellers', and Royal Societies* Clubs 

Admiral Sir Edward H. Seymour, G.C.B., O M., LL.D,, 
g Ovington Square, S. W, 
Admiralty House, Devonport 

Seymour, Walter Richard ; left 1853 

Migrated to Charterhouse ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; rowed in Kingston R.C. in 
winning Grand Challenge crew nt Henley two years running ; played 
in^ Warwickshire County xi ; in Admiralty Office of House of Commons ; 
Inspector of Factories ; various work in Argentine, Paraguay, Venezuela, 
Spain, and Portugal ; original concessionaire of Delagoa Bay Railway, 
and assisted to build it ; St. James's Club 

g Ovington Square, S. W, 



1852-3] WILLIAM SEWELL 35 

Thompson, William Oswell ; left 1856 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Nat. Sci.) ; H.O. 1863 ; m. 1870 
Alice Charlotte, 2 d. of R. S. Cankrien, Esq., of Upton Park, Slough ; 
Vic. of Slough 1869-73 ; of Napton-on-the-Hill 1873-7 ; of Hemel- 
Hempstead 1877-86 ; of Framfield 1886-1898; Constitutional Club 

The Rev. W. O. Thompson, 

I ^ Eaton Gardens^ Hove, Sussex 

Thornhill, Cudbert Beaufoy ; left 1861 

Thornhill, Qeor^e John ; left i860 

Tordiffe, Stafford; left 1856 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1862 ; Vic. of Southbroom 1870-82 ; Rec. of 
Staplegrove from 1882 

The Rev. Stafford Tordiffe, 
Staplegrove Rectory, Taunton 

Woodward, Alfred; left 1 86 1 Ob. 

Late 12th Foot 

Wyndham, Spencer; left 1854 Ob. 

Formerly in the Army 



^853- 

Austin, Charles Piercy; left 1858 

viii 1853-8 ; stroked the first race against Eton ; F. Team 1853-8 ; Receiver- 
general of British Guiana 

Georgetown, Demerara 
Bernard, William Thomas Philip ; left 1854 
Boyle, Richard Alexander; left 1858 * 

viii ; rowed in first race against Eton at Henley ; F. Team ; M.A. Pemb. 
Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1865 ; m. 1877 Florence Louise, eld. d. of W. 
Champion Streatfeild, Esq., of Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent ; Vic. of 
Crockham, Kent, 1870-80; Vic. of Wallington, Surrey, from 1880; 
R.D. of Beddington 

The Rev. R. A. Boyle, 

Wallington Vicarage, Surrey 

Bullocke, Stanley Henry; left 1854 Ob. 



36 WILLIAM ,SE WELL [1853 

Clutterbuck, Francis Capper; left 1862 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1867 ; Vic. of Culham from 1886 

The Rev. F. C. Clutterbuck, 
Culham Ficara^e, Abingdon 

Derbyshire, Frederick; left 1855 
Dunn, James; left 1861 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1865 ; Vic. of Bathwick from 1879 

The Rev. James Dunn, 

St fohn^s Vicarage, Bathwick, Bath 

Greene, Dawson John; left 1861 Ob. July 1875 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf.; H.O. 1867 

Greene, William Sheppey ; left 1859 

M. 1882 Helen Dawtrey, d. of the late R. D. Drewitt, Esq., of Peppering, 
Sussex ; served with the 68th L.I. in New Zealand War 1864-6, ahd 
was present at the attack on Gate Pah ; late Maj. (Hon. Lieut.-Col.) 
igth Hussars ; ret. 1886 ; Army and Navy Club 

Lieut.-Colonel W. Sheppey Greene, 
The Manor House, Stewkley, Bucks 

Grey, Charles Frederick; left 1857 

H.O. 1868; Rec. of Gladestry, Herefordshire, 188 1- 1902 

Grey, Frederick Thomas; left 1857 Ob. April 1892 

B.A. Univ. Coll. Durham ; H.O. 1869 ; m. 1888 Kate, d. of Maj. Ibbetson ; 
late Vic. of Wendons Ambo, Essex 

HuUe, Samuel Georg:e; left 1861 

Johnson, Georg:e Edward Taylor; left 1854 Ob. 

Knollys, Edward Francis Ob. 1853 

Died while at School 

Knollys, Erskine William ; left 1859 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1865 ; Dio. Insp. of Schools, Canterbury 1871-3 ; 
Vic. of Addington 1873-84 ; Rec. of Great Chart 1884-8 ; Vic. of South 
Norwood 1888-98 ; of Folkestone from 1898 

The Rev. Erskine W. Knollys, 
The Vicarage, Folkestone 



1S53-4] WILLIAM SEWELL 37 

Lisrhtfoot, Res:inald Prideaux; left 1855 

iv ; M.A. and D.D. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Lit. Hum. ; Hon. 4th 
CI. Nat. Sci.) ; H.O. 1859 ; m. 1869 Alice Gordon, eld. d. of Rev. 
George Robbins, Rec. of Courteenhall, Northants ; Sec. to the Vice- 
Chancellor of Oxf. Univ. 1862-6 ; Vic. of Preston Deanery, Northants, 
1863-7 ' Chap, to Bp. of Peterborough, 1864-8 ; Vic. of Towcester, 
1867-71; Vic. of Wellingborough, 1871-90; Hon. Canon of Peter- 
borough, 1876-9; Archd. of Oakham from 1879; Rec. of Uppingham 
from 1890; Prolocutor, Lower Ho. of Conv. Canterbury 1900-4; 
Whitehall Club 

The Ven. R. P. Lightfoot, D.D., 
The Rectory^ Uppingham 

Lumsden, Harry Qrey Ob, Dec. 1853 

■ Died at Radley. 

Popham, Edward; left 1858 

Popham, William Henry Fleury; left 1859 

Raikes, Robert Taunton ; left 1862 

Gold Medal 1861 ; F. xv 1860-1 ; viii 1862 ; P. ; Math. Postmr. and M.A. 
Mert. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Math. Mods.; 3rd CI. Math. Fin.); Oxf. 
Univ. viii 1865-6 ; Oxf. Univ. Pairs with Brown 1866 ; m. i 
1868 Sophia Jane (ob. 1872), d. of the late H. Monro, Esq., M.D., 2 
1878 Rosa Margaret, 4 d. of the late H. W. Cripps, Esq., Q.C. ; Solicitor, 
formerly Barr. ; J. P. Brecknockshire; Member of the Council, Radley. 
College ; New University, City of London, and Leander Clubs 

jyi Victoria Street^ S, W, 

Treberfydd^ Bwlch, H.S.O., Brecomhire 

Sewell, Robert; left 1861 

Ind. C.S. (Madras) 1868-94; Collector and Magistrate; on special duty 
with Archaeological Survey ; Fellow of Univ. of Madras ; M.R. Asiatic 
Soc. ; Author of "A Report on the Amaravati Tope," 1880; "Anti- 
quarian Remains of Madras " ; "A Sketch of the Dynasties of S. India," 
1883; "Catalogue and Plates of Sir Walter Elliot's Coins of India"; 
"The Indian Calendar"; "Eclipses of the Moon in India"; "A 
Forgotten Empire," etc., etc.; Wellington and E.I. United Service 
Clubs 

6 Palace Mansions^ Buckingham Gate, S. IV. 
Ashcliff, Bonchurch, L W, 



1854. 
Biscoe, Joseph Seymour; left i860 Ob. 

Woolwich 1861 ; late Maj. R.A. ; Pub. Works Dept., Madras 



38 WILLIAM SEWELL [1854 

Boyle, John Archibald; left 1858 Ob. 1875 

Migrated to Marlborough ; Madras C.S. ; died in India 

Claus:hton, William Ob. i860 

Cocks, James; left 1856 Ob. 

Collins.^Clifton Wilbraham; left 1863 

Hist. E^say 1862-3 ♦ Demy and M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Stanhope Essay 
1864 ; Lat. Essay 1869 (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; late H.M. 
Insp. of Schools 

Dash wood, Qeors:e Lionel; left 1855 

Dick, Dousrlas Drummond; left 1854 Ob. July 1901 

Late 29th Foot 

Downs,' Bdmund ; left i860 

M.D., F.R.C.S. Ed. 

Meller stein, Bolton Road, Eastbourne 

Durell, James Philip; left 1859 Ob. 

M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 

Ersklne, Aug:ustus William; left 1857 

M. d. (ob. 1884) of the late William Forbes, Esq., of Medwyn ; late 17th 
Lancers ; J.P. Cumberland ; Naval and Military Club 

The Hon. A. W. Erskine, 
Bowscar, Penrith 

Erskine, Walter Henry; left 1859 Ob. 1888 

(afterwards nth Earl of Mar and 13th Earl of Kellie) 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf.*; ni. 1863 Mary Anne, eldest d. of the late William 
Fotbes, Esq., of Medwyn 

Feilden, Henry ; left 1857 

Late Capt. 21st Fusiliers 

United Service Club, Pall Mall, S. fV. 

Grant, Cyril Fletcher; left 1858 

M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ;' Stanhope Essay 1869 ; 
Ellerton Essay 1872; H.O. 1871 ;/m. 1877 Isabel Mary, d. of Arthur 
Witherby, Esq., of Lee, Kent; Vic. of Aylesford, Kent 1878-95; 
Hon. Canon of Rochester from 1890; R.D. of Cobham 1892-5; Rec. 
of Guildford from 1895 

The Rev. Canon Grant, 
The Rectory, Guildford 



1854] WILLIAM SEWRLL 39 

Griffith, Hugli Berkeley ; left 1858 

Late 4th Hussars 

Harper, Qeor^re; left 1855 

Migrated to Eton ; m. 187 1 Agnes M. Loughman 
Christchurchy Canterbury^ N,Z. 

Hornby, Geoffrey Edward; left 1856 

R.N. 

Irons, Launcelot Cliarles; left i860 

Jennins:s, William Henry John; left 1857 Ob. 

Late Bengal Cavalry ; killed in India 

Kneller, Godfrey ; left i860 
Knollys, William Edward; left 1858 

M. 1872 Amicia Mary, d. of Townshend Mainwaring, Esq., of Galltfaenan ; 
Chief Gen. Insp. and Asst. Sec. Local Govt. Board from 1891 ; C.B. 
(Civil) ; Arthur's Club 

W. E. Knollys, Esq., C.E., 

J7 Elm Park Gardens^ S. W, 

Li^htfoot, Francis Lowry ; left i860 

C. xi ; F. team (Capt.) ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; married ; Land Agent ; 
Wellington and Whitehall Clubs 

2 Hertford Street^ May/air^ JV. 

Melhuish, Charles John; left i860 
Monsell, Bolton James; left 1858 

viii ; P. ; A.D.C. to Governor of Gibraltar 1865-70 ; Commandant Dis- 
charge Dep6t 1882-4 ; late Lieut.-Col. 73rd Regt. ; ret. 1886 ; Chief 
Constable Metrop. Police from 1886 

Lieut.-Colonel Bolton J. Monsell, 
2 J Gordon Square^ IV. C. 

Monsell, William Thomas ; left 1861 Ob. 1887 

viii ; Trin. Coll. Dublin; m. 1877 Elinor O'Brien ; Private Sec. to Postm. 
Gen. 1871-2; Insp. of Factories 1872-80; Resident Magistrate, Ireland 
1880-7 



40 WILLIAM SEWELL [1854 

Moorsom, Arthur Addin^rton ; left 1863 Ob. 1883 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; farmed in Virginia, U.S.A. ; late Master of St. Chad's 
Coll., Denstone 

Perceval, Alfred Spencer; left t86i 

M. 188 1 Agnes Laura, 3 d. of the late Rev. A. J. Tharp, Rec. of Chippen- 
ham-cum-Snailwell, Cambs ; Constitutional Club 

Brock Hill, Bracknell, Berks 
Perceval, Spencer Qeors:e ; left 1857 

B.A. Trin. Hall, Camb. 

Heiibury, Gloucestershire 

Phillips, Edward Nunez; left 1862 Ob. Dec. 1887 

viii 1862 

Phillips, Sidney ; left 1859 

viii (Capt.> ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1864 ; m. 1868 Alice Margaret, d. 
of Rev. Edward and Lady Harriet Moore, of Frittenden Rectory, Kent ; 
Vic. of Castle Hedingham 1868-75; Vic. of Monmouth 1875-9; Rec. 
of Nuneham Courtenay 1879-87 ; Vic. of Kidderminster from 1887 

The Rev. Sidney Phillips, 

The Vicarage, Kidderminster 

Popham, Home ; left 1857 

Richards, Arthur James ; left 1862 

viii ; F. xi. ; S.P. 1861 ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1867 ; m. 1872 Mar- 
garet Mair, eld. d. of late Rev. J. C. Haden, Precentor of Westminster ; 
Rec. of Plumstead, Norfolk 1872-83 ; of Farlington from 1887 ; J.P, 
Hants ; Constitutional Club 

The Rev. A. J. Richards, 

Farlington Rectory, Havant, Hants 

Richards, Stuart Lloyd ; left 1859 

Late Lieut. -Col. Leicestershire Regt. ; ret. 1888 

Lieut.-Colonel S. L. Richards, 

Eversleigh, Preston Road, Southport 

Rooke, Edwin Frederick; left 1857 

Sheppard, Charles Albert; left 1858 

Skinner, John Francis; left i860 



i8s4] WILLIAM SEWELL 41 

Talbot, Charles Alexander Price; left i860 Ob. Dec. 1903 

S.P. i860; m. 1876 Maud, d. of O. Fleming, Esq.; late 14th Hussars; 
H.B.M. Consul at Tahiti; at Taganrog; at Corunna 1895- 1903 ; at 
Boston U.S.A. 1903 ; died at Boston 

Talbot, Gerald Henry; left 1861 

M. 1880 Frieda Amanda Sophia, d. of Herr Wilhelm von Sigelken ; late 
6oth Rifles 

Naval and Military Club^ Piccadilly 



Thynne, Reg:inald Thomas; left 1862 

C. xi ; m. 1890 Louise, widow of Maj. William Ewing and d. of Douglas 
du Bois, Esq.; served in Zulu War 1879, Ulundi ; Egyptian War 1882 
(4th CI. Osmanieh) ; Suakin expedn. 1885 (C.B.) ; commd. 3rd Gren. 
Guards 1885-9 ; A.A.G. Home District 1890-93 ; commd. N.E. District 
(York) 1894-1902; Maj. -Gen. 1893; K.C.B. 1902; Guards' and Tra- 
vellers' Clubs 

Major-General Sir Reginald T. Thynne, K.C.B., 
24 Park Crescent^ Portland Place, W, 



Turner, Dawson Palgrave; left 1856 

Wade, Res:inald Fairfax; left 1864 

Wilson, William Horace ; left 1855 

Wodehouse, William Wentworth; left 1857 Ob. March 1888 

M. 1878 Helen Maude, only d. of A. Brooke, Esq. ; H.O. ; late Rec. of 
Distington, Cumberland 

Worsley, Edward; left i86r 

Gold Medal i860; Exhib. M.A. and Fellow Magd. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. 
Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1880 Ethel A., d. of late E. Knight, Esq. ; 
H.O. 1868; Sub-Warden of Radley 1868-71; Vic. of Evenley from 
1871 ; R.D. of Brackley from 1894 

The Rev. Edward Worsley, 
Evenley Vicarage, Brackley 

Worsley, Godfrey Thomas; left 1859 

C. xi 1855-9 ; F. XV 1855-9 ; m. 1882 Frances, 4 d. of Rev. M. Hill, of 
Shelsley Rectory, nr. Worcester ; Princip. of Preparatory School ; 
Golfers' Club, Whitehall 

Evelyns, Hillingdon, Uxbridge 

G 



42 WILLIAM SEWELL [1855 

1855- 
Banner, Harmood; left 1857 Ob. 

Died in Ceylon 

Bazely, Henry Casson Bond \ left 1861 Ob. 1883 

Gold Medal 1859; Hist. Essay 1861 ; Sch. and B.C.L. B.N.C. Oxf. (ist 
CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 

Beng:oug:h, Edward Stewart; left 1858 

M.A. and Mus. Bac. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Math. Mods.) ; H.O. 1863 ; 
Chap, and Prec. King's Coll. Camb. 1873-6 ; Rec. of Hemingby from 1876 

The Rev. E. S. Bengough, 
Hemingby Rectory^ Horncastle 

Bradshaw, William ; left 1859 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. 

Brown, Meredith; left 1863 

viii ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1864-6 (Pres. O.U.B.C.) ; m. 
1868 Maria (ob. 1893), d. of Rev. C. Cotes, of Stanton> Wilts ; J.P. 
Wilts ; Junr. Carlton and Boodle's Clubs 

Meredith Meredith-Brown, Esq., 

J/ Davies Street^ Berkeley Square^ W, 
Hullavington House, nr. Chippenham 
Nonsuch, Bromhatn, „ 

Chapman, Charles James; left 1865 Ob. 

ColIedg:e, John ; left 1857 

Late Bengal Staff Corps 1871 

Downes, Leonard ; left 1858 

viii ; C. xi ; m. 1869 Elizabeth, d. of the late Rev. E. H. Sawbridge, of 
East Haddon Hall, Northants ; p.a.c. 1876 ; Lt.-Col. R.A. ; ret. 
1892 ; Author of " Treatise on the Manufacture of Guns " ; "Text Book 
of Service Ordnance 1886 " ; J.P. Berks ; Jun. Conservative and South 
Berks Clubs 

Lieut-Colonel L. Downes, R.A., 

Donnington Lodge, Newbury, Berks 

Cngstrom, Qeorg^e Lloyd; left 1855 
Late Capt. R.A. 



iSss] WILLIAM SEWBtt 6,% 

Peilden, Randle; left 1863 

viii ; F. XV ; P. ; Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1868 ; m. 1874 Ermin, d. of 
Canon Bellairs, Vic. of Nuneaton ; Rec. of Mugginton from 1869 

The Rev. Randle Feilden, 
Mugginton Rectory^ Derby 

Feilden, Robert; left i860 

M. 1880 Emily Jane, d. of Richard Harrison, Esq., of Scarcroft, Yorks ; 
late Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. Derbyshire Regt. (Mil.) 

Lieut.-Colonel R. Feilden, 

Borthy R,S,0,y Cardiganshire 



Penwick, Lewis Gordon; left 1859 
Poster, Robert Charles Selby ; left 1859 
Qibbs, Antony; left 1857 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1872 Janet Louisa, d. of J. Merivale, Elsq. ; 
D.L., J.P. Somerset (Sheriff 1888) ; Capt. N. Somerset Yeom. 1881-93 ; 
Member of Council, Radley College ; Junr. Carlton Club 

16 Hyde Park Gardens^ W, 
Tyntesfieldy Wraxall^ Bristol 



Hook, Cecil; left 1863 

viii ; P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Law and Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1868 ; 
m. Edith, d. of James Turner, Esq., of Rusholme Park, Manchester ; Rec. 
of All Saints, Chichester, 187 1-6; Chap. Chichester Training Coll. 
1875-6; Vic. of All Souls, Leeds, 1876-91; Vic. of Oswestry 1891-6; 
R.D. of Oswestry 1891-6; Vic. of Leamington from 1896; Hon. Canon 
of Worcester from 1903 

The Rev. Canon Hook, 

The Vicarage^ Leamington 

IIling:worth, Stonhewer Edward; left 1861 

M.A. B.N.C. Oxf, ; m. 1875 Jessie, 2 d. of H. J. Kennard, Esq. ; J.P. 
Glamorgan 

Borough Courts Winchfield^ Hants 
Sandcove, Sea View, I. W, 

Jacobs, Frederick Lods:e ; left 1858 

Jacobs, Wilson ; left 1858 



44 WllLlAM SEWJ&Lt [1855 

Jenning:s, Robert Melvill; left 1859 

M. 1873 d. of Rev. J. S. Gilderdale ; served on N.W. frontier of India 
1863-4; Egyptian War 1882 (4th Class Osmanieh) ; Hazara Expdn. 
1888 ; D.A.G. Indian Army 1892-5 ; commd. 2nd Class dist. in India 
1895-7; ist Class dist. 1898-1901 ; Lt.-Gen. (Bengal Cavalry) 1900; 
C.B. 1896 ; E.I. United Service Club 

Lieut.-General R. M. Jennings, C.B., 

Canterbury House y Marlborough Road^ Bournemouth 

King:, Vincent Edmund; left 1861 

Knatchbull, Hug:essen Edward; left 1856 Ob. May 187 1 

Afterwards Sir H. E. KnatchbuU (nth) Bart. 

Lig:htfoot, George Herbert; left 1862 Ob. April 1902 

M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Nat. Sci.) ; H.O. 1869 ; m. 1870 Frances 
Elizabeth, eld. d. of Rev. G. F. Weston, Vic. of Crosby Ravensworth, 
Westmorland; Vic. of Pickering, Yorks, 1881-1902 

Lipscomb, Edwin Francis; left 1857 

St. Edm. Hall, Oxf.; H.O. 1870; Rec. of Aston-Botterell from 1883 

The Rev. E. F. Lipscomb, 

Aston-Botterell Rectory^ Bridgnorth^ Shropshire 

Martin, Paul in ; left 1858 

M.D. ; m. 1874 Mary lies 

Abingdon^ Berks 

Muirhead, Lionel Bolton Campbell Lockliart; left 1855 

Migrated to Eton ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1887 Grace M., d. of late J. H. 
Ashhurst, Esq. ; Savile Club 

Haseley Courts Wallingford 
O'Brien, Murrough John; left i860 

M. 1873 Eleanour, d. of late J. Waller, Esq. 

Oldham, Henry Hugh ; left 1857 

C. xi ; F. XV ; ra. 1868 Ella Frances Emma, eld. d. of late Arthur Pigou, 
Esq., Bengal C.S. ; Col. late Cameron Highldrs ; served in China 
i860, and Frontier of India 1862-3 1 ^^^ ^^ H.M.'s hon. Corps of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms from 1887 ; Clerk of the Cheque and Adjt. 1887- 
91, and Lieut, from 1891 ; Knighted 1897 ; C.V.O. 1902 ; Marlborough 
and United Service Clubs 

Colonel Sir Henry H. Oldham, C.V.O. 
46 Hyde Park Gate, S, W. 



iSss] mZLlAM SEWELL 45 

Purton, John Bird; left 1862 Ob. 

Ranken, Francis Albert; left 1858 

Sch. and M.A. Gonv. and Caius, Camb. (3ath Wrangler) 

Russell, Francis Shirley; left 1859 

S.P. 1859; B.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Math. Mods.; Hon. 4th CI. 
Math. Fin.) ; m. 1888 Philippa A. M., d. of late Rt.-Hon. Henry 
Baillie, M.P., of Redcastle ; served in Ashanti War 1873, Zulu War 
1879, Boer War 1881 ; commd. ist Royal Dragoons 1885-7 ; Mily. 
Attache at Berlin 1889-91; Maj.-Gen. 1897; ret. 1898; commd. 
Aberdeen Inf. Vol. Brig. 1892- 1901 ; Col. ist Royal Dragoons from 
1900; D.L., J.P. Aberdeenshire; M.P. (C.) Cheltenham 1895-1900; 
p.s.c. 1873 ; C.M.G. ; ist Class of the Crown of Prussia 1902 y Army and 
Navy, Carlton, and Arthur's Clubs 

Major-General F. S. Russell, C.M.G., 
Aden^ Mintlaw^ Aberdeenshire 

Salkeld, Charles Edward; left 1858 

Served in Egyptian War 1882 ; present at Kassassin, Tel-el-Kebir, and 
capture of Cairo ; late Col. Bengal S.C. ; ret. 1891 

Colonel C. E. Salkeld, 

7 Rue d^Ostende^ Bruges 

Smith, Stuart Le Blanc; left 1862 

Certif. of Merit Incorp. Law Soc. Exam. 1867 ; winner at Henley Regatta, 
Grand Challenge Cup 1868, '72, '74, '77; Stewards' Cup 1868, '72, 
'74-8 ; Pairs, 1866 ; rowed in winning L.R.C. iv v. Frankfort R.C. 
1876, and in many other regattas ; Capt. L.R.C. 1879 ; Hon. Sec. 
Amateur Rovving Assoc. 1884 ; m. 1869 Lucy E., d. of the late Robert 
Smith, Esq., of Richmond, Surrey; Leander, R. Thames Yacht^ and 
London Rowing Clubs 

Stock Exchange 

Laggan House^ Maidenhead 

Thompson, Edward Stopford ; left 1855 
Trotter, Arthur Edward; left 1859 

Late 19th Foot 

Trotter, Henry Eden; left 1861 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1869; Vic. of Northam 1873-83; of Ardington 
1884-99 ; Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch. from 1898 ; Rec. of Whitchurch from 
1899 

The Rev. Canon Trotter, 

Whitchurch Rectory^ Reading 



46 WILUAM SEWELL [1855-6 

Woodirate, Edward Robert Prevost ; left 1862 Ob. March 1900 

(afterwards Maj.-Gen. Sir E. R. P. Woodgate, K.C.M.G., C.B.) 

Served in Abyssinian Campaign 1868, and present at Capture of Magdala ; 
in Ashanti War 1873 (ment. in desp.) ; in Zulu War 1879, and was 
present in the engagements at Kambula (ment. in desp.) and Ulundi 
(ment. in desp; ; brev. of Maj.) ; late Lt.-Col. (4th) The King's 
Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); commanded forces in West Africa, 1898, 
against Sierra Leone insurgents (ment. in desp., K.C.M.G.) ; commd. 
Brig, in S. African War 1899- 1900, with the Natal Field Force ; 
mortally wounded in action on Spion Kop, Jan. 25, 1900 

Wynter, Lionel; left 1856 
Wynter, Walter Andrew; left 1856 

Served with the 33rd Regt. throughout the Abyssinian Campaign 1867-S, 
and was present at the storming and capture of Magdala ; served in the 
Ashanti War, and was present at the capture of Adubiassie ; serv^ed in 
the Afghan War 1879-80, and was present at the engagement of 
Charasiah and in the operations round Cabul, including the investment 
of Sherpore (ment. in desp.) ; accompanied Sir Fredk. Roberts in the 
march to, and was present at the battle of, Candahar (ment. in desp. ; 
brev. of MaU ; Maj. ret. 1881 ; subsequently Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 
5th Batt. R. Fusiliers (Militia) ; Army and Navy Club 

Colonel W. A. Wynter, 

LitiU Rissington Manor^ Bourton-on-thC' Water 



1856. 

Anderson, Charles Whichcott; left 1861 Ob. 

Banner, John Sutherland ; left 1864 

M. 1876 Elizabeth, d. of Thos. Knowles, Esq., M.P., of Damhall, Cheshire ; 
D.L., J.P. Cheshire (Sheriff 1902); Vice-Pres. Institute of Chartered 
Accountants 1900 ; Jun, Carlton Club 

J. S. Harmood- Banner, Esq., 
Ashfteld Hall, Neston^ Chester 

Coxe, Hilgrove; left 1863 

M.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (3rd CI. Math. Fin.) ; m. Laura Charlotte, d. of late Rev. 
T. H. Gosset, of Northam, Bideford ; H.O. 1868 ; Rec. of Albury 1870-9 ; 
Vic of Hincksey and Wootton 1879-80; Vic. of Pyrton 1880-90; 
Rec. of Baldwin-Brightwell from 1890 

The Rev. Hilgrove Coxb, 

Baldwin-Brighiwell Rectory, WaUingford 



i8s6] WILLIAM SEWELL 47 

Edg:ell, John; left 1861 

B.A. Queens' Coll. Camb. ; C.U.B.C. Trial viii 1863 ; H.O. 1865 ; m. 

1875 Mary Elizabeth, d. of William Blandy, Esq., of Cheltenham ; Vic. 
of Lambourn 1878-87 ; Rec. of Compton-Beauchamp from 1887 ; Jun. 
Constitutional Club 

The Rev. John Edgell, 

Compton-Beauchamp Rectory^ Shrivtnham^ Berks 

Edgell, William ; left 1859 

M. 1874 Emily Maria Rolls, d. of late Cornelius Smith, Esq., of Swansea ; 
before the mast in various sailing ships 1859-63 ; officer in Royal (West 
India) Mail St. Pkt. Co. 1864-9 ; Writer, India Office Store Dept. 1869- 
70 ; Writer, River Inspector, and Supervisor India Store Dep6t, Lambeth, 
1870-1900; ret. 1900 on pension ; R. Harwich Yacht Club 

Dieudonnky Freston Hill^ Ipswich 
Bgerton, William; left 1856 
Pursdon, Elsworth ; left 1858 Ob. 

Formerly in the Army 

QibbinsTS, Richard; left 186 1 Ob. 

Grant, Alexander ; left 1862 Ob. 

Gray, Malcolm Alexander ; left 1864 

P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; married ; late Dep. Commr. (ist grade) Assam 
Commission ; late Lt.-Col. Ind. Army ; on Un. Sup. list 1901 

Lieat.-Colonel M. A. Gr.\y, 

Roseneathy Rothsay Road, Bedford 

Halford-Adcoclc, Halford ; left 1863 

C. xi ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Radleian viii 1867 ; H.O. 1869 ; m. 

1876 Catherine Mary, eld. d. of Maj.-Gen. West, R.M.L.I. ; Chap, of 
H.M. Prison, Lincoln, 1871-97; Durham 1897-8; Portland 1898- 1902 ; 
Hollo way from 1902 

The Rev. H. Halford-Adcock, 

Chaplain^ s House ^ H.M, Prison^ Hoi low ay, JV, 

Handley, Edward; left 186 1 Ob. Feb. 1904 

C. xi 1860-1; M,A. Magd. Coll. Oxf.; H.O. 1866; Rec of Clipsham 
1876-84; Rec. of Winthorpe 1886-1895 



48 WILLIAM SEWELL [1856 

Har£:reave, Qeorg:e William; left 1861 

Late Capt. and Hon. Maj. 5th Fusiliers; ret. 1881 ; subsequently Lt.- 
Col. South Staffordshire Mil. (ret. 1892) 

Lieut-Colonel G. W. Hargreave, 
18 Marloes Road^ Kensington^ W, 

Hill, Charles James; left 1858 

Hope, Montasfu; left i860 Ob, 

Late 92nd Highlanders 

Hubbard, Egerton ; left i860 

Hist. Essay i86o ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Lit. Hum. ; ist CI. 
Law and Hist.) ; Prize Koils for Fencing, Oxf.; m. 1880 Mary Adelaide, 
3 d. of Sir Wyndhani S. Portal, ist Bart., of Malshanger, Hants. ; M.P. 
(C.) for Buckingham 1874-80; for N. Bucks 1886; Lt.-Col. ist Bucks 
R.V. from 1891 ; J.P. Bucks ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 
1889; Carlton Club 

The Lord Addington, 
24 Prince's Gate, S.W, 
Addington Manor, Winslow 

Kni£:ht, Henry; left i860 

B.N.C. Oxf. ; Stockbroker (ret.) ; United University, Royal Societies, and 
Oueen's Clubs 

II Buckingham Palace Mansions, S. W, 
Lindsay, William Alexander; left 1857 

Migrated to Eton ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1870 Lady Harriet, d. of 
5th Earl of Aberdeen ; Memb. of Lloyd's 1867 ; Barr. Mid. Temple ; 
Q.C. 1897 ; Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms 1882-94 • Windsor Herald 
ftom 1894; D.L., J.P. Devon; College of Arms; Athenaeum, Carlton, 
and Wellington Clubs 

♦ W. A. Lindsay, Esq., K.C., 
17 Crowwell Road, S. JV. 
Goldsmith Building, Temple^ E, C. 
Deerpark, Ho aton, Devon 

Lindsay, Walter James; left 1856 

Migrated to Eton ; m. 1883 Henrietta Julia, 5 d. of Fitzmaurice Bloom- 
field, Esq., D.L., J.P., of New Park, Waterford; served in Canadian 
Expedn. 1870 ; Lt.-Col. late Rifle Brig. ; ret. 1889 ; Carlton and 
Oxfordshire Clubs 

Lieut.-Colonel W. J. Lindsay, 

4 Hill Street, Knight sb ridge, S, W. 
Elmthorpe, Cowley, Oxon 



1856] WILLIAM SEWELL 49 ^ 

Merriman, John Xavier; left 1858 

viii ; rowed in first race against Eton at Henley ; m. 1874 Agnes, d. of 
Hon. J. Vintcent, M.L.C., Cape Colony ; Farmer; Govt. Land Surveyor ; 
Member of Cape House of Assembly for thirty-five years ; of Executive 
Council, Cape of Good Hope, from 1875 ; J.P. Cape Colony ; Civil 
Service (Cape Town) and Reform (London) Clubs 

Schoongeyiet^ Stellenbosch^ South Africa 
MoUoy, Edward; left 1859 

Addiscombe 1860-1 ; Good Conduct Prize ; m. 1881 May B., d. of Surg.- 
Gen. S. C. Townsend, C.B. ; served in Cossyah and Jyntiah Hills 
Campaign 1862-3 ; in Bhootan Exp. 1865 ; Hazara Campaign 1868 ; 
Afghan War 1878-80 as Interpreter to Sir Donald Stewart ; march from 
Kabul to Kandahar ; Aitchakzai and Mari Expeditions (twice ment. in 
desp. ; brev. of Maj.) ; Hazara Exp. 1891 (ment. in desp.) ; Izazai 
Exp. 1892 ; late Lt.-Col. 5th Goorkhas ; Brev. Col. 1893 ; on Un. Sup. 
list 1899 ; C.B. 1900 

Colonel Edward Molloy, C.B., 
Q Pall Mall, S. W. 

Nicolls, Henry Frederick; left 1856 

10 Great Cumberland Place^ W, 

Nicolls, Ilted Frederick; left 1856 Ob. 

Oldfield, Anthony Qeors:e ; left 1858 

M. 1866 ; Schoolmaster 

Canterbury, New Zealand 

Parker, Thomas Holme; left 1859 Ob. Oct. 1901 

M. 1864 Emma M. (ob. 1895), d. of Rev. James Butler, D.C.L. ; Lt.- 
Col. Westmorland Yeomanry 1879-87 ; D.L., J.P. Cumberland (SherifiE 

1873) 

Parkinson, Qeorg:e; left 1861 

Popham, Edward William Ley borne; left 1862 Ob. 

Sch. and B.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1869 ; afterwards Rec. of 
Hemyock, Devon 

Powys, William Cunliffe ; left 1856 

Rose, Hugh James ; left i860 Ob. 1878 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (Hon. 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. ; Chap. Port St. 
Mary and Jerze, Spain, 1874-7 

H 



so 



iVILLIAM SEWELL \\%i(i 



Rose, William Francis; left i860 

M.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Law and Hist.) ; H.O. 
1867; m. 1876 Harriet Anne, youngest d. of late Rev. T. C. Boone, 
Vicar of Kensworth, Herts ; Assist. Conduct of Eton Coll. 1873-4 ; 
Assist. Die. Insp. Bath and Wells 1880-8 ; Vic. of Worle 1874-96 ; Rec. 
of Hutton from 1896 

The Rev. W. F. Rose, 

Hutton Rectory^ Wcston-supcr-Mare 

Saunders, Charles; left 1859 

SlddonSf Henry George Pombelle; left 1858 

Served in Burmese Exps. 1885-9 ; late Lt.-Col. R.A. ; ret. 1896 

Lieut.-Colonel H. G. F. Siddons, late R.A., 

c\o Messrs, Cox dr* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. IV, 

Smith, Henry Risley ; left 1856 
Thompson, Edward Christopher; left 1863 

F. XV ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 1863-4; ^^^^ agent to Camerton Estate, 
Somerset 

Thompson, Edward Dimmock; left 1859 

Late 68th Foot 

Tomes, Charles Sissmore; left 1863 

viii ; P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (ist CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii ; 
m. 1874 Lizzie Eno, d. of C. D. Cook, Esq., M.D., of Brooklyn, U.S.A. ; 
F.R.C.S., late Dental Surgeon ; Author of '* Dental Anatomy " ; "Manual 
of Dental Surgery " ; contributor to " Philosophical Transactions of 
Royal Soc." and " Microscopical Journal " ; Crown Member of General 
Medical Council ; F.R.S. ; Savile Club 

g Park Crescent, W, 

Upwood Gorse, Caterham Valley, Surrey 

Turner, Charles Mosley; left 1856 Ob. 

Migrated to Eton ; late 60th Rifles 

Wettenhall, Cecil Salisbury Al^^ernon ; left 1857 
Woodward, Charles James; left 1859 

M. 1875 Isabel, d. of Rev. Canon Stewart, Rec. of Liverpool 
Arley Cottage, near Bewdley, Worcester 



1856-7] WILLIAM SEWELL %% 

Woodward, Herbert Hall; left 1864 

Ouseley Music Prize ; Mus. Bac. and M.A. C.C.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1870 ; 
Composer of "Morning and Evening Services in D and E flat" and 
several Anthems ; Minor Canon and Precentor of Worcester Cath. 
from 1 88 1 

The Rev. H. H. Woodward, 
The College^ Worcester 

Wright, John Preston ; left 1863 

M.A. Christ's Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1867 ; m. 1871 Edith Jane, d. of Rev. 
Preb. John Purton, Rec. of Oldbury, Bridgnorth ; Vic. of Newborough, 
Staffs, and Organ. Sec. A.C.S. 1881-4 ; Organ. Sec. Young Men*s Friendly 
Soc. 1884-7 ; Rec. of Oldbury from 1883 

The Rev. J. P. Wright, 

. Oldbury Rectory, Bridgnorth 



1857. 

Bromhead, Edward Ralph; left 1861 

M. 1874 Cicely Elizabeth, d. of Thos. Atkinson, Esq., of Warwick Square, 
S.W. ; served in Egyptian War 1882, and present at actions of El 
Magfar, Kassassin (28th Aug. and 9th Sept. 1882), and at Battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (4th CI. Osmanieh) ; late York and Lancaster Regt. ; 
ret. 1895 ; Lt.-CoL, late half-pay ; Bath Club 

Lieut.-Colonel E. R. Bromhead, 
Kennington^ Ashford, Kent 

Brown, Alexander i^enyon ; left 1861 

Brown, Edward Dlmock ; left i860 

Burney, Henry Edward ; left i860 

Clare Coll. Camb. ; m. 1871 Ortensia Marie, -elder d. of Count Troili, of 
Rome ; J.P. Bucks ; late Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. Oxf. L.I. (Mil.) ; Jun. 
Carlton Club 

Lieut. -Colonel H. E. Burney, 

Wavendon Tower, Woburn Sands 

Cameron, Charles Leslie Lovett- ; left 1858 

Migrated to Eton with Foundation Sch. 1858 ; Postmr. and M.A. Mert. 
Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1869 ; m. . 1876 
Caroline Shuttleworth, youngest d. of E. A. Holden, Esq., D.L., of Aston 
Hall, Derbyshire ; Assist. Master at Eton 1868-80 ; Vic. of Stratford- 
Mortimer from 1880 ; R.D. of Reading ; United University Club 

The Rev. C. L. Lovett-Cameron, 
The Vicarage, Mortimer, Berks 



5Z WILLIAM SEWELL [1857 

Cocks, John Patrick Somers; left 1861 

Davies, William Bell; left 1863 

Qarraway, Frederick Fuller; left 1859 

Godfrey, Edward Crotch ; left 1861 
Godfrey, Robert Seppings ; left 1861 

M. 1868 Emily Frances, eld. d. of the late Capt. C. W. Radcliffe, formerly 
of 7th Bengal Light Cavalry ; Registrar of Supreme Court of Judicature 
(Chancery Div.) from 1886 

6 Ladbroke Gardens^ W, 

162 Royal Courts of Justice^ W. C, 

Godley, John Arthur; left 1861 

Migrated to Rugby 1861 ; Exhib. and M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; 
Lat. Verse Prize ; Gaisford Prizes (two) ; Hertford Sch. ; Ireland Sch. ; 
Eldon Law Sch.) ; m. 1871 Hon. Sarah, d. of ist Baron Northbourne ; 
Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; Priv. Sec. to Prime Min. (Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone) 
1872-4, '80-2 ;iCommr. of Inland Rev. 1882-3 ; Perm. Under Sec. of State 
for India from 1883 ; K.C.B. (Civil) 1893 

Sir Arthur Godley, K.C.B., 

13 Ennisniore Gardens^ S, W, 
Minley Lodge^ Farnborough^ Hants 

Green, Edward Avelin^:; left t86o 

Kennard, Edward ; left i860 

M. 1870 Mary E., 2 d. of Samuel Laing, Esq., M.P. ; D.L., J.P. Mon- 
mouthshire (Sheriff 1876) ; J.P. Northants ; Jun. Carlton Club 

The Barn^ Market Har borough 
Lovell, Edward William Lovell ; left i860 

M. 1867 Caroline G., d. of late G. D. Scott, Esq., of Lovel Hill, Berks ; 
J.P. Somerset 

63 Edith Road, West Kensington^ W. 
Meynell, John Jebb ; left 1864 

viii 1864; late Maj. Royal Irish Rifles ; ret. 1893 

Major J. J. Meynell, late R. Irish Rifles, 
Army and Navy Club^ Pall Mall 



1 8s 7] WILLIAM SEWELL 53 

Mitchell, Husrh Henry ; left 1858 

Late Rifle Brigade ; Paymaster and Hon. Capt. ; ret. 1892 

Captain H. H. Mitchell, late Army Pay Dept, 
c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Nicholas, Edmund Parry; left i860 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf.; H.O. 1866; m. 1867 Marion, only d. of H. W. 
Reeves, Esq., Member of Council, India ; Vic. of Worfield, Shropshire, 
1872-98 ; Vic. of Wombourn, Staffordshire, from 1898 ; R.D. of TrysuU 

The Rev. E. P. Nicholas, 

Wombourn Vicarage, Wolverhampton 

Palmer, Qreville Horsley ; left 1858 

Migrated to Eton ; B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Law and Hist.) ; m. 
187 1 Mary Frances, eld. d. of Rev. W. Brassey Hole, Vic. of Bray; 
merchant ; 3rd CI. Medjidie ; New University Club 

Heywood Park, Maidenhead 

Perceval, Charles George ; left 1863 Ob. Sept. 1897 

(afterwards 7th Earl of Egmont) 

M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; winning boat of Oxf. Univ. iv's 1865 ; m. 1869 
Lucy (who m. 1898, Alfred Brisco, Esq., of 7 Eaton Square, S.W.), 
d. of Henry King, Esq. ; late Capt. R. Bucks Yeomanry ; M.P. for Mid- 
hurst 1874 ; Memb. of Council of Radley Coll. ; succeeded as 7th Earl 
1874 

Pinhey, John Forbes; left 1858 

Late 51st Foot 

Raleigh, Edward Walter; left 1857 
Richards, Griffith John ; left 1866 

viii 1866 ; F. xii 1866 ; P. 

Richards, Horace; left 1861 Ob. Nov. 1870 

Robinson, Nicholas; left i860 

M. 1878 Margaret Hope, d. of Chas. Gwillim Jones, Esq. ; J.P. Shropshire ; 
Capt. (Hon. Maj.) Montgomeryshire Yeomanry 1882-96 ; Jun. Carlton 
Club 

Frankton Grange, Ellesmere 
Rouse, Ezekiel ; left i860 Ob. 1898 

F. XV ; M.D. Edin. Univ. ; Silver Medal Chemistry ; Bronze Medal Medicine 
and 3 Second Prizes ; R.C.S. Edin. 



54 WILLIAM SEWELL [1857-8 

Skinner, Robert Qeorg^e; left 1862 

Emigrated to Xew Zealand ; m. Lucilla, d. of late Rev. W. H. Spurway 

Troyte, Charles Arthur William; left i860 Ob. April [896 

Trin. Hall Camb. ; J.P. Devon ; Lt.-Col. 3rd V.B. Devon Regt. : Author 
of " Change Ringing " ; " Aids to Military Signalling " 

Walpole, Horatio John Thomas; left 1859 

Served in the Afghan War 1878-9, and was present at the capture of Ali 
Musjid; Maj. and Hon. Lt.-Col. late Rifle Brig; ret. 188 r ; Union 
Club 

68 Burton Courts Chelsea^ S. IV, 
Walpole, Ralph Charles; left 1863 

Librarian to the House of Commons from 1887 ; St. James's and Union 
Clubs 

68 Burton Courts Chelsea^ S. W, 
Wynter, Arthur Leycester ; left 1859 

M. 1868 Florence, d. of Charles Monro, Esq. ; Hon. Lt.-Col. and late 
Maj. King's Ov^^n Scottish Borderers (25th) ; ret. 1885 

Lieut.-Colonel A. L. Wvnter, late K.O.S.B., 

cjo Messrs, Cox (3 Co.^ 16 Charing Cross ^ S, W, 



1858. 
Braclcenbury, Edmond Bennet ; left 1862 

C. xi ; Hist. Essay 1861 ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf . ; H.O. 1867; Minor Canon 
Bristol Cath. 1871-3 ; late Master of Preparatory Sch., Saugeen, 
Bournemouth; Asst. Chap. St. George's Ch., Cannes, from 1901 

The Rev. E. B. Brackenbury, 

Hotel Westminster^ Cannes^ France 

Charringrton, Percy William; left 1862 Ob. 1894 

F. XV 1861 ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Farmed in Virginia, U.S.A. 

Collins, William Edward Wood; left 1867 

James Sch. 1865; Gold Medal 1865; Hist. Essay 1866; S.P. 1867; C. xi 
' 1863-7 ; F. xii ; Exhib. Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; Sch. and M.A. Jesus Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Author of " Notes on the 
Gospels " ; Editor " Divinity Palaestra " ; Preparatory Schoolmaster 

Langley Place, Slough 



1^581 WTLLIAM SEWELZ 55 

Dennis, George Beauchamp Gore; left 1865 Ob. ^899 

M.A. New Inn Hall Oxf. ; m. 1874 Mary Anne, d. of Gen. Sir John Forbes, 
K.C.B. ; J.P. Cornwall 

Domville, Henry William Russell ; left i860 

Migrated to Bradfield ; O.U.A.C. 

Fletcher, Lionel John William; left i860 

B.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 1879 Eleanor Mary Agnes, 5 d. of late 
W. B. Stopford Sackvillc, Esq. ; D.L., J.P. Kent 

Elmscrofi^ West Farleigh^ Maidstone 
Furneaux, William Mordaunt ; left 1861 

Migrated to Marlborough; Sch. and M.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; ist 
CI. Lit. Hum J ; m. 1877 Caroline O., d. of Jos. Mortimer, Esq., of 
Weymouth ; H.O. 1874 ; Asst. Master Clifton 1873 ; Marlborough 1874- 
82 ; Head Master of Repton 1883-1900; Hon. Canon of Southwell 1891 ; 
Ex-Chap, to Bp. (Ridding) of Southwell 1900; to Bp. (Davidson) of 
Winchester 1901 ; to Bp. (Ryle) of Winchester 1903 ; Dean of Win- 
chester from 1903 ; D.D. Lambeth 1903 

The Very Rev. W. M. Furneaux, D.D,, 
The Deanery^ Winchester 

Greswell, Clement Edward; left 1861 

M. 1873 Mary Ann, d. of Thomais Lunbrick, Esq., of Chorfield Hall 
Pediiigtoti Manor^ Berkeley^ Gloucester 

Hargreave, Thomas Brown; left 1861 Ob. Nov. 1863 

Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; died at Oxford 

Henn, William; left 1859 Ob. 

Lt. R.N. ; ret. 



James, Walter Henry ; left 1864 

C. xi ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Tennis and Racquets 1868 ; m. 
1868 Edith, d. of J. Newton Lane, Esq., of Kings Bromley Manor, 
Staffordshire ; D.L., J.P. Kent ; J.P. Cipque Ports ; Sl.P. (L.) Gateshead 
1874-93 ; Hon. Col. 5th V.B. Durham L.I. from 1895, and ist Cinque 
Ports A.V. from 1898 ; F.S.A. ; succeeded his father as and Baron 1893 ; 
Travellers' Club 

The Lord Northbourne, 
Betteshanger^ Dover 
Evistones, Otterburn^ Northumberland 



56 WILLIAM SEWELL [185S 

Kay, Ellis Cunliffe Lister; left i860 

M. 1869 Annie Clementina, only child of late W. C. Drake Esdaile, Esq., 
of Burley Manor, Hants ; Constitutional Club 

E. C. L. Lister-Kay, Esq., 

Godmersham Park, Canterbury 
Farfield Hall^ Addinghanty Yorkshire 

Larketi, Metcalfe; left 1859 

Lockyer, Arthur Woodforde; left i860 Ob. 1887 

C. xi ; m. 1863 Ada, widow of Maj. Playfair; emigrated to South 
America 1861 and farmed ; died in Buenos Ay res 

Loxley, Arthur Smart; left 1864 Ob. 1888 

Hist. Essay 1864 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. ; Minor Canon and Librarian 
of Gloucester Cath. 1876-9 ; Vic. of Fairford ; Author of " Thoughts on 
Church Music " ; " Sermons preached in Gloucester Cathedral," &c. 

Newton, Arthur; left 1861 

Oldfield, Thomas; left 1861 Ob. Oct. 1901 

M. 1872 ; in Surveyor General's Dept., New Plymouth, New Zealand ; 
served in New Zealand War 1866 

Orred, Qeors:e Stanley; left 1862 

M. 1872 Edith Grace, 3 d. of Major H. Portman, bro. of Visct. Portman, 
of Bryanstone, Dorset; late 2nd Batt. the Black Watch, and Royal 
Fusiliers ; served in Fenian Raid, Canada 1866 ; Naval and Militarv 
Club 

Captain G. Stanley Orred, 

Cheriton Manor, Templecombe, Somerset 

Robertson, Rowland Edward; left i860 

Burton Rough, Petworth 

Smith, Reginald; left i860 

M.A. C.C.C. Camb. (2nd CI. Theol.) ; H.O. 1868; Vic. of Tretower 
1883-9 ; Vic. of Walpole St. Andrew, and co-Rec. of Walpole from 1895 

The Rev. Reginald Smith, 

The Vicarage, Walpole St, Andrew, Norfolk 

Sutherland, Charles John ; left i860 

4 Bina Gardens, South Kensington, S, W. 



1858] WILLIAM SEWELL 57 

Sutherland, Henry ; left i860 Ob. 1901 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1861-4; M.A. and M.D. Downing Coll. Camb. ; Winner of 
Prize Foils both at Oxf. and Camb. ; M.R.C.P. Lond. 1870 ; Author of 
" Premonitory Symptoms of Insanity" ; "Alcoholism in Private Practice" ; 
" Asylums of Paris " ; " Journal of Mental Science " ; and many other 
writings on Insanity, chiefly contributed to " British Medical Journal " ; 
also "Notes on the History of Freemasonry " ; Physician to St. George's 
Dispensary ; Lecturer on Insanity and Physician to two Lunatic Asylums 

Thornhill, Edward Au^^ustus; left 1863 
Thornhill, William Robert ; left 1866 

viii 1866 ; F. xii 1866 

Todd, Sidney ; left 1861 

Toye, William Joseph ; left 1864 

James Sch. 1862 ; Gold Medal 1862 ; S.P. 1863 ; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. 
(2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1894 Ethel Matilda, only d. of 
Rev. John Peake, late Vic. of Ellesmere ; Assist. Master at Wellington 
Coll. from 1874 

Wellington College^ Berks 
Williams, John Edward ; left 1862 

Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1871 ; m. 1881 Emily Mary, 4 d. of the late Rev. 
R. Wade-Gery, Rec. of Colm worth, Bedfordshire ; Miss, in Bloemfontein 
1867-80 

The Rev. J. E. Williams, 

75 Westbourne Gardens^ W, 

Wynne-Finch, John Seymour; left 1863 

A.D.C. to Ld. Lt. of Ireland 1870; A.D.C. to Gen. Commanding N.E. 
Dist. 1874; late Capt. (Hon. Maj.) Royal Horse Guards (Blues); 
ret. 1885 

Major J. S. Wynne-Finch, late Royal Horse Guards, 
cjo Messrs, Cox 6r» Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 

Youn^:, Francis Richard ; left 1859 Ob. 

Young, William Henry ; left 1867 

F. xii 1865-7 ; late Bedfordshire Regt. ; commd. 2nd Batt. ; Col. 
Commdg. 16th Reg. Dist. 1899-1902 ; Jun. United Service Club 

Colonel W. H. Young (Late Bedfordshire Regt.), 

cjo Messrs, Holt 6- Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S, W, 



58 WILLIAM SEWELL [1859 



1859. 
Basaevi, Qeors:e Walter; left 186 1 
Benson, Starling: Meux ; left 1864 

M. 1868 Elizabeth, d. of late A. Tawke, Esq., of The Lawn, Rochford ; 
late Lt.-Col. 17th Lancers; ret. 1897; J-P* Glamorgan; United 
Service and Naval and Military Clubs 

Colonel S. M. Benson, 

22 Eccleston Square^ S, IV, 

Fairy Hill^ Reynoldston^ I^.S,0,, 'Glamorgan 

Bird, Francis Corrie Wilberforce ; left 1862 Ob. 



Carmichael, James Morse; left i860 Ob. May 1902 

(afterwards Sir James Carmichael, 3rd Bart.) 

Attd. to Commn. of liquidation in Egypt 1880 ; order Medjidie ; Priv. Sec. 
to Chanc. Duchy of Lancaster (Rt. Hon. John Bright) 1874 ; to Chanc. 
of the Exchequer (Mr. Childers) 1882-5 ; to Prime Min. (Rt. Hon. W. E. 
Gladstone) 1885 ; M.P. (L.) St. Rollox div. Glasgow 1892-5 ; succeeded 
his father as 3rd Bart. 1883 

Crichton, Hon. Henry George Louis ; left 1862 

viii 1860-2 ; F. xv ; S.P. 1862 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. ist Letitia Grace 
(ob. 1888), d. of late Maj, A. Cole Hamilton ; 2nd 1890 Lady (Jane) 
Emma C, d. of ist Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.I. ; late loth and 
2ist Hussars; Lt.-Col. ; ret. 1884; Col. Hampshire Carabiniers 
1884-94 ; Brig. Gen. commdg. Portsmouth Vol. Inf. Brig, from 1894 ; 
A.D.C. to the King from 1902 ; J.P. Hants ; Co. Councillor ; Director 
of L. and S.W. Railway ; Member of Council Radley Coll. ; Pres. 
Radleian Society ; Army and Navy, Cavalry, and R. Yacht Squadron 
Clubs 

Colonel The Hon. H. G. L. Crichton, A.D.C, 
^2 Portman Square^ W, 
Neiky Castle^ Netley Abbey ^ Hants 

Dunn, Edward Thomas William; left 1863 

Late Rifle Brig. ; J.P. Berks ; Army and Navy Club 
Childrey Manor^ Wantage 



Dunn, Thomas Duncan William; left 1864 Ob. March 1899 

M. 1889 Ethel C. G., 3 d. of late Col. R. H. Thursby, Cold. Guards ; 
J.P. Berks and Wilts ; late Lt.-Col. Hampshire Regt. ; ret. 1889 



1 859] WILLIAM SEWELL 59 

Dunn, William Hew; left 186 1 

B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; m. 1868 Agnes, d. of late Rev. R. Stephens, B.D. ; D.L., 
J.P. Berks; Capt. Berks Yeom. 1875-86; Jun. Carlton Club 

Wallingions^ Hungerford 
Evetts, Qeorgfe William; left 1867 Ob. 1868 

Feilden, Frank Thurstane ; left 1864 

Borth^ R,S,0,y Cardiganshire 

Fenwick, Qeor£:e Aufrere; left 1866 

Gordon, Arthur John Lewis; left 1864 

M. 1885 Caroline Augusta, 2 d. of the late Gen. the Hon. Sir Alex. 
Hamilton-Gordon, K.C.B., M.P. ; Priv. Sec. to Governor of Fiji 1868-80 ; 
D.L., J.P. Aberdeenshire ; C.M.G. 1877 

A. J. L. Gordon, Esq., C.M.G., 
Ellon Castle, Ellon, N.B, 

Cosset, Isaac William; left 1865 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1891 Emily Lucy (ob. 1893), d. of the late Maj.- 
Gen. George Moncrieflf, late Scots Guards ; Manager of Coffee and Tea 
Estates in Ceylon from 1869 ; J.P. and unofficial Police Magistrate, 
Ceylon ; Union Club, Westward Ho ! 

Hellbodde, Fussellawa, Ceylon 

The Friary, Westward Ho /, North Devon 

Grant, Arthur Henry ; left 1867 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1878 Mary, d. of H. Sholto Douglas, Esq., of 
Boujedward ; late (27th) Inniskilling Fusiliers and Capt. and Hon. 
Maj. Hants Yearn. ; Hon. Col. ist Aberdeenshire Eng. Vol. from 1890 ; 
succeeded his cousin as 9th Bart. 1887 ; a Baronet of Nova Scotia ; 
J.P. Hants ; D.L., J.P. Aberdeenshire ; Carlton, Jun. Carlton, and 
Cavalry Clubs 

Sir Arthur H. Grant, Bart., 

Fairoak Lodge, Bishopstoke, Hants 
House of Monymusk, Aberdeenshire 

Qray, John Durbin ; left 1865 

C. xi 1863-5 (Capt. '65) ; F. xii 1864-5 ; P. ; Sch. and M.A. Clare 
Coll. Camb. (Sen. Opt.); H.O. 1872 ; Vic. of Nayland from 1879 

The Rev. J. D. Gray, 

Nayland Vicarage, Colchester 

Hay, Arthur Burslem ; left i860 
Knollys, Louis Frederic ; left 1862 

Commd. Expedition in Fiji 1876 ; C.M.G. 1877 ; Inspec. Gen. of Police 
and Prisons, Jamaica, 1886-91 ; Ceylon 1891-190^ ; late 32nd L.I. 
and Cameronians ; Maj. ; ret. pay 1882 ; Army and Navy Club 

Major L. F. Knollys, C.M.G., 

Summerhill, Willesborough, Ashford, Kent 



6o WILLIAM SEWELL [1859 

Law, John Pilling:; left 1863 

viii ; P. ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; B.N.C. viii (head of the river) ; m. 1872 Grace 
Charlotte, d. of the late J. W. Danby, Esq., of Lincoln ; J. P. West 
Riding of Yorkshire ; United University and Yorkshire Clubs 

Hallfield^ Wetherby^ Yorkshire 
Lon^^ridge, Michael; left 1864 

Gold Medal, 1864 ; P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (Sen. Opt.) ; m. 1871 
Georgina Fedrika Nepean, d. of Rev. O. L. O'Neill, of Cornworthy, S. 
Devon ; M. Inst. C.E. ; Member of Council, Inst, of Mech. Engineers 

Linkvretterty Bowdon, Cheshire 
\jongT\dge, William Hawks; left 1868 

viii (cox) ; Exhib. and M.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. 
Hum.) ; H.O. 1875 ; Asst. Priest of St. Clement's, Philadelphia, 1883-91 ; 
Priest-in -charge of St. John Evang., Boston, U.S.A., 1891-9 ; Lie. Pr. Dio. 
of Oxf. from 1899 

The Rev. W. H. Longridge, 

Mission House ^ S.S.J.E.^ Cowley St, John, Oxford 

Martin, Henry Charrington ; left 1864 

M,D. Edin. Univ. ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; m. ist 1891 Caroline Elisabeth, d. c»f 
Rev. Edmund Hollond, of Benhall, Saxmundham ; 2nd 1895 Annie, d. 
of Gavin T. Todd, Esq., of Craiglaroch, Aboyne ; Pres. Roy. Med. Soc. 
Edin. 1871-2 ; Surg.-Capt. Duke of York's Royal Suffolk Hussars 1895-9 » 
M.C.C. and Reform Clubs 

Salthrop House, Wroughton, Wilts 
Massin^fberd, Francis Burrell ; left 1859 Ob. 

Migrated to Eton 

Moore, Edward Marsham ; left 1862 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; v^^inner Oxf. Univ. High Jump ; H.O. 1867 ; m. 1878 
Lucy, youngest d; of J. D. Watts Russell, Esq., of Biggin, Northants, 
late M.P. for N. Staffs.; Vic. of Ashbourne, 1872-6; Rec. of Bene- 
field from 1876 ; R.D. of Oundle 1896 ; Hon. Canon of Peterborough, 
1899 ; Cocoa Tree Club 

The Rev. Canon Moore, 

Bene field Rectory^ Oundle 

Nathan, Au^^ustus Venour; left 1861 

Oakes, Alfred Ernest ; left 1859 

Migrated to Harrow ; m. 1881 Louisa Emma (ob. 1899), ^1^- d- of Gen. 
G. St. P. Fooks, I.A. ; Civil and Mining Engineer: 11 years manager 
of the Colombian Hydraulic Gold Mines ; Camera Club 

The Cedars, Ramsbury, Wilts 



1859] WILLIAM SEWELL 6i 

Oliver, William ; left 1863 

Orr, James Stewart; left 1861 

Phlllpotts, Qeors:e Henry ; left 1864 
P. 

Pinhey, Arthur Maurice; left 1862 

Late Lieut. R.A. 

Popham, John Leybourne; left 1864 Ob. 

Late 67th Foot 

Robin, Charles Janvrin; left 1867 

Gibbs Sch. 1862 ; C. xi 1867 ; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd 
CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1884 Henrietta M., d. of Capt. Robin, of Jersey ; 
Barr.-at-Law, Inner Temple 

62 Courtfield Gardens^ S, W, 
Steephilly Jersey 

Robins, Percy; left 1865 Ob. 

B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. 

Rotherham, Qeor^^e Charles; left 1864 Ob. 

5kinner, Stephen ; left 1864 Ob. 1903 

Bristol Sch. of Med. ; Senior Prize and Clark's Sch. ; M.B. Univ. Aberd. ; 
M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; m. Louisa H., d. of G. Adams, Esq. ; Physician 

Smith, Herbert ; left i860 Ob. 1898 

M.A. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1869 ; Rec. of Chilton 1874-98 

Yarde, Hu£:h Henry; left 186 1 Ob. 1870 

Late ist (Royal) Dragoons ; died on way home from India 

Yarde, Thomas John; left 1864 

Gold Medal, 1863 ; James Sch. 1863 ; P. ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1868 ; 
m. 1879 Katherine Annette Pauline, eld. d. of late Maj. P. S. Alcock, 
of Park House, Wexford ; Lie. Pr. Dio. of Exeter from 1884 

The Rev. T. J. Yarde, 

Culver House^ Chudleigh^ Devon 



62 WILLIAM SEWELL [i860 



i860. 



Barrow, Kins:stoii C^^an ; left 1867 ^ 

F. xii 1866-7 ; S.P. 1867 ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1873 ; m. 1877 
Amy, 2 d. of late Brig.-Gen. Rothney, C.B., C.S.I., Bengal Army ; Chap- 
lain in India 1876-97 ; Vic. of Swalcliffe 1897-1900 ; Rec. of Brockhall 
from 1900 

The Rev. K. E. Barrow, 

Brockhall Rectory^ Weedon 



Brymer, Frederick Aus:ustus; left 1869 

C. xi 1867-8-9 ; F. xii 1868 ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1874 ; m. 1882 
Mary, d. of Rev. W. F. Neville, Vic. of Butleigh and Preb. of Wells ; 
Rec. of Charlton-Mackrell from 1876 ; Proc. Dio. of Bath and Wells 
1898-9 ; Preb. in Wells Cath. 1891 ; Archdeacon of Wells from 1899 ; 
Oxford and Cambridge Club 

The Ven. F. A. Brymer, 

Charlton-Mackrell Rectory^ Somerton 



Brymer, John Qeor^^e; left 1865 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii ; H.O. 187 1 ; Rec. of Childe- 
Okeford from 1873 

The Rev. J. G. Brymer, 

Childe-Okfford Rectory^ Blandford 

Claus:hton, Thomas Legh; left 1866 

C. xi (Capt.) 1865-6 ; F. xii 1866 ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Law and 
Mod. Hist.) ; Old Rad. Boat at Henley 1867 ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii*s 
1868 ; H.O. 1874 ; m. 1876 Henrietta Louisa Horatia, eld. d. of Capt. 
E. St. John Mildmay, of 131 Cromwell Road, S.W. ; Vic. of Kings- 
winford 1876-80 ; Vic. of Kidderminster 1880-7 ; Canon Resid. of 
Worcester Cath. and Rec. of St. Andrew's, Worcester, from 1887 

The Rev. Canon Claughton, 
The College^ Worcester 



Grace, Edward Kendall; left 1861 

Hartree, John Penn ; left 1862 Ob. 

M.A. and M.B. Trin. Coll. Camb. (ist CI. Nat. Sci.) 

Hemery, Clement William ; left 1865 



i86o] WILLIAM SEW ELL 63 

Henn, Francis Blackburn ; left 1867 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Dubl. (ist and 2nd CI. Classical Honours) ; m. 1880 Helen 
Elizabeth Letitia, eld. d. of Capt. Fras. Gore, of Woodlawn, Knock, 
Co. Clare ; Irish Bar ; Res. Magistrate for Co. Mayo 1880-99 J Co. 
Sligo 1 899- 1 904 ; University (Dublin) and Co. Sligo Clubs 

Paradise^ Ennis, Co, Clare 
Albert House, Sligo 

Houblon, Thomas Henry Archer; left 1868 

viii 1866-7-8 ; P. ; M.A. and D.D. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii ; H.0. 1873 ; 
Rec. of Peasemore 1875-81 ; Vic. of Wantage 1881-1903 ; R.D. of Wan- 
tage 1885 ; Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch. 1899 ; Archdeacon of Oxf. from 1903 

The Ven. T. H. Archer-Houblon, D.D., 
Christ Church, Oxford 

Kent, Osborne Charles; left 1865 

James Sch. 1864 ; F. xii 1866 ; P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 
gi Queen Victoria Street, E,C 

Law, Qeorge ; left 1865 

viii ; C. xi ; F. xv 

4 Down Street, W, • 

Lethbridgfe, Arthur; left 1864 

P. ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; H.O. 1869 ; Vic. of Harrington 
1878-85 ; Rec. of Shepton-Beauchamp from 1885 

The Rev. Arthur Lethbridge, 

Shepton-Peauchamp Rectory, Ilminster 

Lethbridge, Charles ; left 1 868 

M. 1876 Rose, youngest d. of G. W. Venn, Esq., of Yokohama 
Hinton St, George, Crewkerne, Somerset 

Locke, Ernest Dalton Burrough ; left i860 

The Elms, Christchurch, Hants 

Ludlow- Bruges, Henry Hungerford ; left 1866 Ob. Feb. 1903 

M.A. St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. Wiltshire 

Ludlow- Bruges, Richard Heald ; left 1863 

St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1881 Lisette, d. of Col. D. St. V. Hamilton ; Lord 
of the Manor of Sandridge 

33 Albert Gate, S, W, 

Seend House, Melksham, Wilts 



64 WILLIAM SEWELL [i86o 

McMaster, Frank Sheldon ; left 1863 

Migrated to Harrow 

McMaster, James Whitef ord ; left ] 863 
Mair, John ; left 1867 

viii 1866-7 

Nicholas, Frederick ; left 1866 
Richardson, Edward ; left 1862 
Robertson, Donald ; left 1864 

M. 1870 Agnes, d. of, the late Ven. J. Gorton, Archdn. of Madras ; formerly 
in 2ist Foot ; Resident and Chief Commissioner Mysore and Coorg 
1896-1903; Lt.-Col. Ind. S.C. ; K.C.S.I. 1903 

Lieut-Colonel Sir Donald Robertson, K.C.S.I., 
Residency^ Mysore^ India 

Robinson, Edward Cecil ; left 1867 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1873 ; m. 1881 Edith Isabella, d. of Edward 
Milner, Esq., of Dulwich Wood, Norwood ; Vic. of St. Laurence, Catford, 
1888-94 ; R.D. of Lewisham 1891-4 ; Vic. of Hanbury from 1894 ; Royal 
Societies Club 

The Rev. E. C. Robinson, 

Hanbury Vicarage^ Burton-on-Trent 

Smart, Robert William John ; left 1868 Ob. March 1904 

viii 1868 ; M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1874 ; m. 1877 Mary, youngest d. 
of late A. Cator, Esq. ; Vic. of Bishopswood 1884-9 ; Rec. and Patron of 
Parkham 1889- 1904; Author of "The Holy Communion necessary to 
Salvation " ; " The Birds of the Scilly Islands " ; Patron of Rectory of 
Wimbish, Essex 

Todd, Mark Stanley ; left i860 
Waldie-Qriffith, Richard John ; left 1868 

viii 1868 ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 1877 Mary N., d. of late Gen. William 
Irwin ; late Capt. 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) ; Lt.-Col. ist 
Roxburgh and Selkirk R.V. from 1891 ; D.L., J.P. Roxburghshire ; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Bart. 1889 

Sir Richard Waldie-Griffith, Bart. 
Hendersyde Park^ Kelso^ N,B, 



i86o] WILLIAM SEWELL 6$ 

Ward, William Humble Dudley; left 1862 Ob. May 1903 

M. 1876 Hon. Eugenie V. A., d. of ist Vise. Esher ; late 14th Hussars ; Capt. 
(Hon. Maj.) Herts. Yeomanry 1885-8 

Webster, Robert Grant ; left 1861 

LL.B. Trin. Coll. Camb. (ist CI. Pol. Econ.) ; m. 1873 Emily C, only d. 
of late B. M. Jalland, Esq. ; Barr. Inner Temple ; J.P. Middlesex and 
London; Author of "The Trade of the World," 1880; "England's 
Colonial Granaries," 1882 ; " The Law relating to Canals," 1884, &c. 
late Capt. 3rd Batt. (Mil.)S. Lanes. Regt. ; M.P. (C) for East St. Pancras 
1886-1902 ; Carlton and Conservative Clubs 

83 Bdgravc Road^ S, W, 



k 



66 [iS6 



REV. RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN, M.A. 

BLECTBD WARDEN IN 1861. 



I86I. 

Barnett, Herbert; left 1869 

P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd. CI. Hist.); H.O. 1874; m. Mary, eld. d. of 
C. Lethbridge, Esq. ; Chap, of Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. 1879-82 ; Vic. 
of Watlington, 1882-6 ; Vic. of Bracknell from 1886 ; R.D. of Maiden- 
head from 1903 ; Member of Council, Radley Coll. from 1896 ; Oxford 
and Cambridge Club 

The Rev. Herbert Barnett, 
Bracknell Vicarage^ Berks 

Bradford, William Arthur ; left 1864 

C. xi ; F. XV ; S.P. 1864 ; M.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. 

North End House^ Watford^ Herts 

Chad wick, Harry; left 1867 

viii 1866-7 ; F. team ; B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1875 Jane Lane (ol^- i90i)> 
2 d. of the late W. P. Boxall, Esq., of Ivory's, Cowfold, Sussex ; Barr. 
Inner Temple 

Conservative Club^ St. Jameses Street ^ S. W, 
Charring^ton, John Evelyn ; left 1864 Ob. 1881 

Memb. of firm of Charrington & Co., Brewers 

Dunn, Frederick Williams ; left 1869 

viii 1868-9 ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. 

Galhampton^ Bath 

Cdwardes, Francis Perrott ; left 1862 

M. 1875 Edith, d. of A. Cope, Esq., of Saithaelwyd, Flintshire ; Lord of 
the Manor of Ambleston ; J.P. Pembrokeshire ; Col. Commdg. Pem- 
broke Art. Mil. 1888-1903 

Colonel F. P. Edwardes, 

Hooky nr, Treffgarne^ R.S,0», Pembrokeshire 



i86i] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 67 

Evans, Henry Myddelton ; left 1870 

Heathcote Sch. 1863 ; viii 1868 and 1870 (Capt.) ; F. xii 1867-9 (Capt.) ; 
S.P. 1869-70 ; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.) ; Univ. Coll. viii 
(head of river) 1871-3 ; Assist. Master Radley Coll. from 1875 ; Sub- 
Warden from 189 1 ; J.P. Radnorshire ; Sports Club 

Radley College^ Abingdon 

Llwynbarriedy Nanlmel^ Rhayader^ S. Wales 

Field, Qeor^^e Lainson ; left 1863 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1874 Clara, elder d. of George Hawkes, Esq., of 
Talton; served in Fenian raid 1866; late Lieut. 17th (Leicestershire) 
Regt. ; Capt. Reserve of Officers ; J.P. Warwickshire ; Grosvenor Club 

Captain G. L. Field, 

Talion, nr, Straiford-on-Avon 

Greene, Henry Thomas Webb ; left 1863 Ob. 

Hardy, Harold ; left 1868 Ob. June 1881 

(Afterwards the Hon. H. Gathorne-Hardy) 

C. xi 1868 ; Hist. Essay, 1868 ; P. ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (ist. CI. Law 
and Hist.) ; Fellow of All Souls Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. West Riding Yorkshire 

Hawley, Henry Michael ; left 1866 

C. xi ; Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1875 Francis C, 2 d. of late J. Wingfield- 
Stratrord, Esq., of Addington Park, Kent ; J.P., C.A. Lincolnshire ; 
succeeded his uncle as 5th Bart. 1898 ; Constitutional Club 

Sir Henry Hawley, Bart, 

Leybourne Grange^ Maidstone 
Tumby Lawn^ Boston^ Lincolnshire 

Hecker, Henry Charles Teush ; left 1862 Ob. 

Hi^f^finson, John Edward ; left 1862 

Hubbard, Cecil John ; left 1864 

Oriel Coll. Oxf. 1866 ; m. 1872 Helen, d. of late Arthur Macdonald Ritchie, 
Esq. ; served in Egyptian War, 1882 ; late Lt.-Col. Grenadier Guards ; 
J.P. Bucks 

Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. C. J. Hubbard, 
2^7 Knighisbridge^ S,W, 

Ing^ram, Graeme William Hu^^hes John ; left 1862 Ob. June 1867 

Migrated to Eton 

Lockyer, Harry Penrose; left 1865 

In South America 

c\o Colonel E. S. B. Lockyer, 
/9 Barkston Gardens^ S, W, 



68 RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN [1861 

Lon^^rid^e, James; left 1868 

viii 1868 ; P. ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Theol.) ; H.O. 
1873 ; Vic. of St. Clement's, City Road, from 1885 

The Rev. James Longridge, 

St Clemen fs Vicarage^ Nelson Street, City Road, E,C 

Monro, Edward William ; left 1865 Ob. 1890 

• viii 1865 ; m. Sophia, d. of C. Mulgary, Esq. ; Civil Engineer 

Monro, Russell Henry; left 1865 

viii 1864 ; Hist. Essay, 1865 ; S.P. 1865 ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Old 
Radleian viii 1867 ; m. 1878 Emily Julia, d. of Sir G. E. Nugent, 2nd 
Bart., of West Harling Hall, Thetford ; Jun. Carlton, Wellington, and 
Raleigh Clubs 

Somerby Hall, Oakham 
Moore, Henry Walter; left 1867 

C. xi 1866 

Morrice, John David ; left 1867 

Gibbs Sch. 1863 ; Gold Medal 1866 ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (8th Sen. 
Opt.) ; H.O. 1873 ; m. 1877 Jessie Fenton, d. of Rev. R. K. Hashurst, 
Rec. of West Felton, Shropshire; Vic. of Longbridge Deverell 1875-90; 
R.D. of Wilton 1887 ; Hon. Sec. Dio. Board of Educ. 1889-94 ; Rec. of 
St. Edmund's, Salisbury, from 1890 ; Canon (non-res.) of Sarum 1901 

The Rev. Canon J. D. Morrice, 
St, Edmund's Rectory, Salisbury 

Ross-of-Bladensbur^:, John Foster George ; left 1865 

M. 1870 cousin, Hon. Blanche, d. of loth Vise. Massereene and Ferrard 
K.P. ; served in R.A. 1868-73 ; in Coldstream Guards 1873-1901 ; 
Lt.-Col. ret. pay ; served in Suakin campaign 1885 ; A.D.C. to Viceroy 
of Ireland (Earl Spencer, 1882-5 \ Earl of Carnarvon, 1885) ; Author of 
"History of Coldstream Guards," 1897; Chief Commissioner Dublin 
Metrop. Police from 1901 ; C.B. (Civil) 1892; K.C.B. (Civil) 1903- 
D.L., J.P. Co. Down ; Guards', Jun. Carlton, and Kildare Street (Dublin) 
Clubs ^ 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir John Ross-of-Bladensburg, K.C.B., 
Rostrevor House, Co, Down 

Ross-of-Bladensbur^:, Robert Skeffin^ton ; left 1866 Ob. 1892 

viii 1866; F. xii 1866 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1868 

Stevenson, James ; left 1864 



1 86 1-2] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 69 

Swinny, Dawnay John Charles ; left 1862 

M.A. Magd. Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1869 ; Eng. Chap, at Ajaccio 1880-90 ; 
Rec. of Fochabers and Chap, to the Duke of Richmond and Gordon 
from 1897 

The Rev. D. J. C. Swinny, 

The Parsonage^ Fochabers^ NB, 

m 

Todd, Edward Parquhar; left 1863 
Wade, Fairfax Blomfield ; left 1869 

viii 1867-9 ; m. 1877 H. Ruth, eld. d. and co-heiress of late R. Ruthven 
Pym, Esq. ; assumed by royal licence addtl. name of Palmer 1868 ; 
J.P. Berks 

F. B. Wade-Palmer, Esq., 
Holme Park^ Reading 

Yard, Charles Edward ; left 1868 

viii 1867 



1863. 

Akroyd, John Bathurst ; left 1864 

C. xi; F. XV ; m. 1884 Lillie, d. of 'Arthur Owen, Esq., of Eastbourne; 
Stockbroker ; J.P. Buckinghamshire ; Conservative Club 

Chalfont Park^ Gerrards Cross^ Bucks 
Akroyd, Samuel Fisher; left 1864 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. Oun. Opt); H.O. 1870; Cur. in charge of 
Polegate 1876-87 ; Vic. or Crowborough from 1887 ; Conservative Club 

The Rev. S. F. Akroyd, 

Crowborough Vicarage^ Tunbridge Wells 

Anson, Frederick Henry; left 1867 

C. xi 1867 ; P. ; M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Math. Mods ; 2nd CI. Math. 
Fin.) ; m. 1885 Agnes Henrietta, d. of late Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke 
Acland, nth Bart.; Civil Engineer; Athenaeum Club 

72 St, George's Square^ S, W, 
Bowyer, Wentworth Qrenville ; left 1867 

viii 1867 ; m. 1883 Eva Mary, 5 d. of Maj.-Gen. C. Stuart Lane ; served 
in Afghan War 1878-80 ; Lt.-Col. R.E. ret. ; J.P. Buckinghamshire ; 
Naval and Military Club 

Lieut.-Colonel W. G. Bowyer, 
Weston Manor^ Olney^ Bucks 



70 RICHARD WHIT MO RE NORMAN [1862 

Bunbury, John William McClintock ; left 1865 Ob. Oct. 1893 

Migrated to Eton ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii ; formerly Lieut. 2nd 
Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) 

Charterls, Hon. Alfred Walter; left 1865 Ob. 1874 

Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; served on Gold Coast 1873 '•» ^^^^ ^^ fever on 
way home 

Grace, Frederick Henry ; left 1865 
Duncombe, Augustus Gerald ; left 1867 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (4th CI. Law and Mod. Hist.) ; J.P. Staffordshire 
Arthur's Club^ St Jameses Street^ S. fV, 

Griffin, Clifford Charles ; left 1863 

Holland, Arthur Gambler; left 1865 

Served in Afghan War 1878-80 ; present at occupation of Kandahar and 
Khelat-i-Ghilzai, operations in Yarkistan, action near Takht-i-pul and 
at relief of Kandahar (ment. in desp.) ; served in Boer War 1881 ; Nile 
expedn. 1884-5 ; South African War 1899-1903, with Imp. Yeom. ; late 
Maj. 15th Hussars ; Lt.-Col. h.p. from 1900; Army and Navy Club 

Lieut.-Colonel A. G. Holland, 
Gay ton Lodge^ Wimbledon 

Kennard, Robert Lewis; left 1862 Ob. Sept. 1899 

Harvard Coll., U.S.A. 

Le Breton, Edward Hemery ; left 1864 Ob. April 1894 

M. 1882 Gemma, d. of the late Col. J. J. Glossop, of Inwood, Somerset ; 
late Lt.-Col. (i8th) Royal Irish Regt. ; ret. 1887 

Leeds, Henry Percy; left 1862 
Lightfoot, Henry Le Blanc; left 1868 

M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; m. Jane, d. of Rev. M. Powell-Williams ; Bursar 
of C.C.C. Oxf. ; Curator of the University Chest ; Delegate of the 
University Police ; Treas. O.U.B.C. from 1900 ; New University Club 

Corpus Christi College^ Oxford 

Mackrell, Henry Percival; left 1865 

I Walbrooh, E, C 

Melhuish, John Edmund; left 1869 

Gibbs Sch. 1865 ; Heathcote Sch. 1867 ; James Sch. 1868 ; Gold Medal 
1868; P.; Sch., Hody Exhib. and M.A. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. 
Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Assist. Master at St. Paul's School 

St, FauPs School^ West Kensington^ W, 



1862-3] RICItARD WHITMORE NORMAN 71 

Raikes, Thomas Di^^by ; left 1868 

Gibbs Sch. 1864; James Sch. 1866 ; Gold Medal 1867 ; P. ; Sch. and M.A. 
Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.); H.O. 1875; 
m. 1885 Elizabeth, d. of Rev. S. M. Higgins, Vic. of Ickham ; Assist. 
Master Radley Coll. 1879-95 ; Vic. of Marcham from 1895 ; Author of 
" Fifty Years of St. Peter's College, Radley," 1897 

The Rev. T. D. Raikes, 

Marcham Vicarage^ Abingdon 

Remins:ton, David Samuel; left 1863 

Rose, Henry; left 1864 Ob. Feb. 1902 

Architect 

Rose, John; left 1867 

M. 1883 Sophy C. F., only d. of Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Rhayalt, Corwen, 
N. Wales ; served throughout Egyptian War 1882 ; present at engage- 
ments at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassassin, and 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; late Maj. York and Lancaster Regt. ; ret. 
1890 ; Jun. United Service Club 

Major John Rose, 

14 Sloane Court East, '5. W. 
Furnham House, Chard, Somerset 

Sufrden, Edward Burtenshaw; left 1867 

M. 1876 Marian Caroline, d. of late Capt. G. Ashley Dashwood ; succeeded 
his grandfather as 2nd Baron St. Leonards 1875 

The Lord St. Leonards 



Tyrer, Alfred; left 1867 

M. 1877 Elizabeth Ida, d. of James Burton, Esq., of Hilton Park, nr. 
Manchester ; Solicitor ; Palatine (Liverpool), Grosvenor (Chester), and 
Roehampton Clubs 

Flas Newton, near C^tester 



1863. 

Bowles, Thomas John ; left 1866 

Migrated to Eton ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barr. Inner Temple ; Col. R. Berks 
Mil. 1894- 1904; J.P. Berks; United University Club 

Colonel T. J. Bowles, 

Westridge, Streatley, Reading 



72 klCItARD WHITMORE NORMAN [1863 

Brewis, Qeor^re William; left 1866 Ob. March 1900 

M. 1870 Elizabeth Salusbury, 2 d. of late C. W. Unthank, Esq., of 
Intwood Hall, Norfolk ; J.P. Essex 

Bridson, Au^rustus William ; left 1866 

Rock Endy Torquay 

Chapman, Ciiarles ; left 1866 

M. 1876 Nannie Catherine (ob. 1902), d. of H. Scott Hayward, Esq., of 
Frocester, Gloucester ; J.P. West Riding Yorkshire ; M.C.C. 

Carlecotes Hally Dunford Bridge^ Yorks 
Ciiapman, Qeors:e Joiin; left 1866 

M.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; M.C.C, Conservative, Royal 
Societies', and New University Clubs 

45 St James's Place^ S. W. 
Carlecotes^ Dunford Bridge^ Sheffield 

Cfiarrinsfton, Arthur Finch ; left 1869 

F. xii 1868; P.; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Hist); m. 1892 
Dorothea, 2 d. of Charles Lethbridge, Esq., of Sherfield Manor, Basing- 
stoke ; Director of Charrington & Co. Ltd. ; Oxford and Cambridge 
Club 

East Hilly Oxtedy Surrey 

Clou^^h, Qeor^^e Frederick; left 1867 

Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1889 Katharine Mary, eld. d. of late Maj.-Gen. W. 
P. Stuart-Smyth, Madras Staff Corps 

ly Gwytiy Hough Green^ Chester 
Llwyn Offa, Mold, North Wales 

Cochran, William Harmood; left 1867 

C. xi 1866-7 ; F. XV ; P. ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Law and Mod. 
Hist.) ; m. 1872 Edith Katharine, younger d. of J. H. Howard, Esq., of 
Wobum Place, W.C. ; Barr. Mid. Temple 

7 New Square^ LincoMs Inriy W, C 
p Cook Street, Liverpool 

Cuffe, Hon. Hamilton John Ag^mondesham ; left 1866 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barr. Inner Temple ; m. 1876 Lady Margaret 
Joan, 2 d. of 4th Earl of Harewood ; Barr. 1872 ; Sec. to Judicature Acts 
Commission 1877 ; Solicitor to the Treasury from 1894 5 Director of 
Public Prosecutions and H.M.'s Procurator-Gen. from 1894 5 D«L., J.P. 
Co. Kilkenny ; C.B. (Civil) 1894 ; K.C.B. (Civil) 1898 ; succeeded his 
brother as 5th Earl 1898 ; M.C.C, Travellers', and Beefsteak Clubs 

The Earl of Desart, K.C.B., 

2 Rutland Gardens, Knightsbridge, S, W, 
Desart Court, Kilkenny 



1863] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 73 

Dalrymple, Hew Cameron; left 1866 Ob. 1867 

Davenport, Charles Talbot; left 1866 

Late Capt. R. Irish Rifles ; Hon. Maj. Army Pay Dept. ; ret. 1887 

Major C. T. Davenport (late A.P.D.), 

c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co,^ 16 Charing CrosSy S, W. 

Dougrlas- Hamilton, Lord Charles Qeors:e Archibald; left 1863 

Ob. May, 1886. 
M. 1875 Eudoxia Souhannow; late nth Hussars 

Dunlop, George ; left 1866 

viii ; Edin. Univ. ; m. 1875 Georgie Isabella, eld. d. of R. Bogle 
Blackburn, Esq., of Killearn, Stirlingshire ; Writer to the Signet ; Dir. 
of Bank of Scotland ; Member of the Corps of Royal Archers (King's 
Bodyguard for Scotland) ; Union (London) and New (Edinburgh) Clubs 

3 Suffolk Place, Fall Mall 

32 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh 

Glengap, Thvynholm, N,B. 

Elkins:ton, Herbert Frederick; left 1870 

F. xii 1868-9; viii 1869; C. xi 1870; Hist. Essay 1870; M.A. B.N.C. 
Oxf. ; m. 1879 Thomasine Jessie, eld. d. of John Lowe, Esq., M.D., of 
King's Lynn ; Constitutional Club 

Clunes, Wentworth Road, Sutton Coldfield 
Fitz-Clarence, Henry Edward; left 1868 

M. 1879 Mary Isabel, only d. of late John Parsons, Esq., of the Old Palace, 
Kandy, Ceylon ; Travellers' Club 

41 Ovington Square, Pont Street^ S, JV, 
Fletcher, Edward; left 1864 Ob. Feb. 1882 

Fountaine, Al^^ernon Charles; left 1865 

Migrated to Eton ; m. 1876 cousin, Mary, d. of Andrew Fountaine, Esq., 
of Narford; Maj. 3rd V.B. Norfolk Regt. 1894-8; D.L., J.P. Norfolk; 
Boodle's, Marlborough, and Travellers' Clubs 

Narford Hall, Swaffham, Norfolk 
Gray, William Brice; left 1867 

C. xi 1866-7 ; Rustat Sch. and M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1873 ; m. 
1874 Harriet Dora, d. of the late Rev. Fredk. Le Grice, Vic. of Great 
Gransden, Hunts ; Vic. of Kersey from 1879 ; Grosvenor Club 

The Rev. W. B. Gray, 

Kersey Vicarage Ipswich 

L 



U tttCItARb WHITMORE NORMAN [1863 

Holland, Lawrence Qifford ; left 1867 Ob. 

Liddell, Edward Henry ; left 1863 

viii (cox) 1863 ; m. 1876 Minnie, d. of late W. Cory, Esq., of Devonshire 
Place House, Regent's Park ; Queen's Foreign Sorvice Messenger ; J.P. 
Hants ; Jun. Carlton Club 

Kitnocks ffouscy Curdridge^ Botley^ Hants 
Madden, Charles Dudley ; left 1867 Ob. 

Moore, William Francis; left 1868 

C. xi 1868 

Ommanney, Albert Edward ; left 1867 

F. xii 1865-7 ; m. 1888 Helen A., d. of W. W. Gascoyne, Esq. ; served in 
Perak expedn. 1875-6 ; with Chitral Relief Force 1895, and was present 
at engagement at Mamugai ; in command of ist Batt. the BufEs on 
N.W. Frontier 1897-8 (Malakand Field Force), including operations in 
Bajour and the Mohmand country ; with the Urman Khel Column of 
the Malakand Field Force, and with the Buner Field Force, including 
capture of the Tanga Pass (twice ment. in desp. ; brev. of Col.) ; 
commanding 22nd Regtl. District (Chester) from 1901 ; Naval and 
Military Club 

Colonel A. E. Ommanney, 

2 Eversley Park^ Chester 

Pretyman, Cliarles Henry Sheffield; left 1864 

M. 1890 Agnes, eld. d. of late Maj.-Gen. FitzRoy Fremantle, C.B. ; J.P. 
Berkshire ; ret. Capt. R.N. 1896 ; United Service Club 

Captain C. H. S. Pretyman, R.N., 
Boyne Holme^ Maidenhead 

Read, Charles Stokes; left 1867 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb, ; ist Trin. viii (Head of the River) 1870-2 ; won 
C.U.B.C. iv's 1870-2 ; Visitors' Ch. Cup at Henley 1871 ; Grand Ch. 
at Henley 1875 ; Camb. Univ. viii 1872-4 ; Pres. 'C.U.B.C. ; m. 1876 
Sarah Emma Macpherson, eld. d. of James Sherlock, Esq., M.D., Supt. 
of Worcester County Lunatic Asylum 

The Lawn, nr, Romford, Essex 
Roscoe, Edward Stanley ; left 1867 

viii 1866-7 (Capt.); F. xii 1866 (Capt.); P.; m. 1874 Katherine, d. of 
E. M. Gawne, Esq., of Kentraugh, Isle of Man ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; 
Assist. Registrar Admiralty Div. Supreme Court from 1890; Author of 
" Admiralty Law and Practice " ; "A Digest of the Law of Light " ; 
*' A Digest of Building Cases " ; " Rambles with a Fishing Rod " ; Joint 
Editor (with Sir T. Sanderson) of " Sketches and Addresses " ; " 14th 
Earl of Derby"; "Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford"; "A Study of 
Politics and Letters in the Age of Anne " ; Editor of " Edinburgh 
Review "April — Oct. 1903 ; Albemarle Club 

fforn Hill Court, Chalfont St. Peter's, Bucks 



1863] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 75 

Roscoe, Henry William Kent; left 1869 

James Sch. 1867 ; Hist. Essay 1867 ; F. xii 1868 ; viii 1869 ; S.P. 1868-9 ; 
Sch. and B.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (Stanhope Essay 187 1 ; 2nd CI. Mods. ; ist CI. 
Lit. Hum.) ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

llsley CottagCy Streatleyy Reading 
Ross-of-Bladensburs:, Edmund James Thomas; left 1867 

M. 1878 Alexina Frances (ob. 1897), d. of Hon. Colin and Lady Frances 
Lindsay ; Col. R.E. ; ret. 1900 ; formerly Professor of Fortification at 
R.M.C. Sandhurst ; J.P. Co. Down 

Colonel E. J. T. Ross-of-Bladensburg, late R.E., 
Fairy Hill^ Rostrevor^ Ireland 

Rowan, Robert Kerr O'Neill ; left 1865 

Copperfield F,0,^ Clermont^ by Rockhampton^ Queens- 
land 

Scalan, Alfred William ; left 1866 

5calan, Patrick Henry; left 1866 

5purlins:, Arthur Trevor; left 1865 

Hillsidey Surbiton 

Stock, Thomas ; left 1870 

viii 1869-70 (Capt.) ; F. xii 1869; M.A./B.N.C. Oxf.; rowed in British 
Infantry iv at Poonah 1876 ; m. 1880 Miss M. H. Cockeram ; late Lt.- 
Col. commdg. Essex Regt. ; Col. commdg. 44th Regt. Dist. from 1902 ; 
Army and Navy Club 

Colonel T. Stock, 

Warley Barracks^ Brentwood 

Willett, Ernest Henry ; left 1867 Ob. 1881 

C. xi 1866-7 

Williams, John Thomas ; left 1870 
Woodhouse, Henry Georgfe; left 1870 

M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1875 ; Vic. of Cotterstock 1879-84 ; Rec. of 
Water-Newton from 1884 ; J.P. and County Coimcillor Hunts ; Oxford 
and Cambridge Club 

The Rev. H. G. Woodhouse, 

Water-Newton Rectory ^ JVans/ord, R»S,0. 



76 RICHARD WHIT MO RE NORMAN [1863-4 

Woods, Edmund Leyland ; left 1867 

B.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; in Australia 

Woodward, Augustus Henry Ob. 1868 

Died at Radley 

Young, Robert St. Barbe ; left 1864 Ob. 



1864. 

Akroyd, Swainson Howden; left 1867 

C. xi 1865-7 ; F. xii 1865-6 ; m. 1886 Evelyn Fanny, d. of J. G. King, 
Esq., of Sidmouth, Devon ; Stockbroker ; Conservative Club 

Wavendon House^ Wavendon^ Bucks 

Barton, James Alfred ; left 1868 

Blyth, Carlton Valiant; left 1864 

J4 Lime Street^ E. C, 

Blyth, Henry Harrison ; left 1866 

34 Lime Street^ E. C. 

Boothby, Henry Vernon; left 1867 

M. 1878 Augusta Louisa, d. of late Gen. J. G. Boothby ; late i^\h Regt. 
Keele, Staffordshire 

Burgess, Henry Edward ; left 1868 Ob. July 1901 

viii 1866-8 ; F. XV ; M.A. BJSf.C. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii's ; Old 
Radleian iv, Henley 1870 ; ist Coxswainless iv ; Solicitor 

Champernowne, Richard Keble; left 1868 Ob. 1887 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1874 i Missionary in Basutoland 

Cuffe, Hon. Otway Frederick Seymour; left 1868 

M. 1891 Hon. Elizabeth B. E., eld. d. of ist Baron St. Levan ; heir pres. 
to his brother (5th Earl of Desart) ; Groom of Privy Chamber to Queen 
Victoria 1893-1901 ; Gentleman Usher to the King from 1901 ; late 
Capt. Rifle Brig. 

Captain the Hon. O. F. S. Cuffe, 
2 Upper Berkeley Street ^ JV, 
Sheestown Lodge^ Kilkenny 



1864] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 77 

For wood, George Peploe; left 1865 

Great House Couri^ East Grinstead^ Sussex 

Hadeti, John Harry; left 1871 

C. xi 1869-71; P.; M.A. Pemb. Coll. Camb.; H.O. 1877; Vic. of St. 
John's, Limehouse, E., from 1893 

The Rev. J. H. Haden, 

St.John^s Vicarage, Limehouse, E, 

Harding, Arthur Ryle; left 187 1 

F. xii 1869-70; viii 1870-1 ; P.; M.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. 
Hist.) ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1874 ; m. 1882 Jessie May, d. of the late Sir W. 
Richmond Cotton ; Barr.-at-Law ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Torfield, Eastbourne 
Henderson, Edward Piercy ; left 1867 

9th Ind. C.S. Competn, 1869; m. 1884 Alice Georgina Lilian, d. of Hon. 
G. R. Elsmie, Memb. of Legislative Council, India ; I.C.S., retd. 

28 Kensington Gardens Square, W, 
Jennings, Arthur Charles ; left 1867 

Morgan L)n:ic Prize 1865 ; F. xii 1866 ; P. ; M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. (Fry 
Sch. at St. John's ; Camb. Greek Test Prize (undergrad. and B.A.) ; 
Tyrwhitt and Crosse Sch. ; Jeremie, Evans, Scholefield, and Hebrew 
Univ. Prizeman; ist CI. Theol. Tripos) ; H.O. 1873 » "^- 1880 Georgiana 
Isabella, d. of Col. Wale, D.L., J.P., of Little Shelford, Cambs. ; Vic. 
of Whittlesford, Cambs., 1877-86 ; Rec. of King's Stanley from 1886 ; 
Author of "The Psalms with Critical Notes" ; "Eccle&ia Anglicana" ; 
" Manual of Church History " ; contributor to " EUicott's Old Testa- 
ment Commentary " ; Jim. Constitutional Club 

The Rev. A. C. Jennings, 

King's Stanley Rectory, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

Monro, William Ctiarles ; left 1868 

M. 1874 Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of Mons. G. Fernan 
Gotham, Watford 

Moor, Gerald Henry; left 1868 

C. xi 1866-8 (Capt.) ; M.A. Line. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1873 I "i. 1886 Alice 
Mary, elder d. of the late Rev. T. H. Cole, formerly Chaplain of Lewes 
Prison; Vic. of Lyminster 1886-1902 ; Incumbent of Christ Ch., Brighton 
from 1902 ; New University Club 

The Rev. G. H. Moor, 

Belvedere, Montpelier Road, Brighton 



78 RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN [1864 

Morrice, William; left 187 1 Ob. 

Heathcote Sch. 1864; Gibbs Sch. 1866; viii 1870-1 ; S.P. 1871 ; B.A. 
C.C.C. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.); H.O. 1876; Assist. 
Cur. of Abingdon 

Perceval, Cecil Henry Spencer; left 1867 

M. 1895 Henrietta Mary Murray, 2 d. of late Rev. Jermyn Pratt, of Ryston 
Hall, Norfolk ; Land Agent ; Author of " Fungi found in the neigh- 
bourhood of Warwick " ; " The Influence of Season, Soil, and Situation 
on the Growth of the larger Fungi " 

Longwitton Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland 
Prothero, Ernest Macdonald; left 1868 

C. xi 1868 

Robin, Philip ; left 1866 

Fantaisie, St, Luke^s, Jersey 

Shaw, Henry David; left 1866 

Shaw, James Cooper ; left 1866 

Spurling, Francis; left 187 1 

F. xii 1869-70; viii 1871; B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.); Assist. 
Master C.E. Grammar School, Melbourne, Australia, 1878-80 

New University Club, St. Jame^s Street, S, JV, 

5ug:den, Henry Franlc ; left 1867 Ob. Dec. 1899 

(afterwards the Hon. H. F. Sugden) 
M. 1879 Edith, eld. d. of late A. Bowman, Esq. 

Ward, Charles Richard ; left 1870 

Moorsom Div. Prize ; Ouseley Prize ; S.P. 1870 ; M.A. and Mus.Bac. St. 
John's Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1884 ; m. 1898 Julia Beatrice, eld. d. of Rev. 
Saltren Rogers, late Vicar of Gwennap and Hon. Canon of Truro ; Vic. 
of Falfield 1892 -1902 ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 

The Rev. C. R. Ward, 

Box House, Box, Chippenham 

West, Frederick Georg:e ; left 1866 

Wright, Howard ; left 1864 

II New Square, Lincoln^ s Inn, W, C 



i86sl mcHARD WMITMORE NOkMAM 79 

1865. 

Akroyd, Bayley Nash; left 1S68 
C. xi 1866-8 

51 Sloane Street, S. W. 

Ayrton, William Scrope; left 1865 Ob. Decr 1902 

Late H.B.M. Consul at Wenihom, China 

Bennett, Henry Morden ; left 1870 Ob. 

M.A. St. Mary Hall Oxf. (3rd CI. Theol.)-; H.O. 1875; m. 1878 Ethel M., 
d. of Maj.-Gen. Bruce ; formerly Cur. of Moordown, St. Peter's aiid 
All Saints, Boumemouth ; Author of " Short Meditations for Sundays " ; 
"Short Daily Meditations for Advent and Christmas"; "Hints for 
Private Devotion in Church"; "Simple Mission Teaching"; "The 
Preacher's Vade Mecum " ; " At the Toot of the Cross," &c. 

Brewis, Percy Robert; left 1866 
Migrated to Eton ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Ibstom House, Tetsworth 

Claughton, Piers Leopold; left 1869 

C. xi 1868-9; P.; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf.; H.O. 1875; Domestic Chap- 
lain to Bp. of St. Albans 1878-80; Kec. of Hutton from 1881 ; Jun. 
Conservative Club 

The Rev. P. -L. Claughton, 

Hutton Rectory, Brentwood, Essex 

Oe Velk, Fritz William ; left 1866 

Egsinton, Arthur; left 1866 

M. 1880 Beatrice C, d. of J. Smyth Egginton, Esq.. ot Kirk Ella, Hull ; 
J.P. E. Riding Yorks. ; Conservative (London), and Yorkshire (Yorks) 
Clubs 

South Ella, Hull 

Elwes, Robert Harvey Monro ; left 1871 Ob. 1892 

Heathcote Sch. 1869; James Sch. 1870; Gold Medal 1870; Exhib. C.C C 
Oxf. (snd CI. Mods.) ; ra. 1875 Louisa Emily Julia (ob. 1889), eld. d. of 
late Coramr. F. C. Herbert 



Evans, Edward Cecil Myddelton ; left 1873 Ob. Jan. igoa 

-.xi 1869-73; F.xiii869-7o(Capt.); ; 
A.C. V. Cambridge (100 yds.) 1875.6 



Hist. Essay 1873; Cxi 1869-73; F. xii 1869-70 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1873; Magd. 
" " -" * ; O.U„4.C ^ - ■'- ■ -'■- ' 



8o RiCSARD WHtTMORE NORMAN [1865 

Forbes, Charles Francis; left 1866 



Fossett, William Stewart ; left 1867 

Durh. Univ. ; H.O. 1879 ; m. 1879 Ida Madeline, 3 d. of Charles Blather- 
wick, Esq., of Dunaivon, Row, N.B. ; Vic. of Acton-Turville from 1892 

The Rev. W. S. Fossett, 

Acton-Turville Vicarage^ Chippenham^ Gloucestershire 

Qosset, Arthur Henry ; left 1868 Ob. Jan. 1896 

ist in Exam, for Winchester Foundat. Sch. ; Sch., M.A. and Fellow of 
New Coll. Oxf. ; Assist. Master at Harrow 



Gray, Geor^^e Holmes ; left 1870 

F. xii 1868 ; viii 1869-70 ; M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Jesus Coll. viii, 
winners of Ladies' Plate, Henley, 1873-4; H.O. 1875 ; m. 1880 Frances 
Mary, 2 d. of late Rev. J. M. Ward, Vic. of Clapham, Lanes. ; Minor 
Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor Carlisle Cath. 1878-84 ; Master of 
Carlisle Cath. Sch. 1883-4; Minor Canon and Sacrist, Canterbury, from 
1884; Rec. of Stodmarsh from 1890 ; Conservative Club (Canterbury) 

The Rev. G. H. Gray, 

The Precincts, Canterbury 

Hawley, Charles Cusac ; left 1868 

M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1874 ; Rec. of Leybourne from 1877 ; High 
Sheriff's Chaplain 1896 ; R.D. North Mailing from 1904 ; New Univer- 
sity Club 

The Rev. C. C. Hawley, 

Leybourne Rectory^ Maidstone 

Hubbard, Evelyn ; left 1870 

Gibbs Sch. 1867 ; Heathcote Sch. 1868 ; Gold Medal 1869 ; C. xi 1870 ; 
P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; m. 1881 
Eveline M., d. of Sir Wyndham S. Portal, ist Bart. ; Director of Bank 
of Eng. ; one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of London ; M.P. (C.) 
for Brixton 1896-1900; Carlton and Wellington Clubs 

The Hon. Evelyn Hubbard, 
4 St, Helenas Place, E, C 
The Rookery, Downe, Farnborough, Kent 

Inglis, Charles John ; left 1866 

Jeffreys, Robert ; left 1867 Ob. 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. 



1865] RICHARD WHITMORE NORMAN 81 

Jones, Henry Festing ; left 1869 

B.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; Joint Author and Composer with Samuel Butler 
of a Cantata " Narcissus " ; also Composer of se^'eral songs, &c., and of 
a Children's Opera " King Bulbous," words by P. H. Crib ; New Univer- 
sity Club 

120 Maida Vale^ W. 
Lesley, Robert ; left 1866 

B.A. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1871-2; Pres. O.U.B.C. ; J.P.N. 
Riding Yorks ; Maj. (Hon. Lt.-Col.) York Art. Mil. 1897-1901 

Lewis, Edward Handforth ; left 187 1 

F. xii 1870 

Lons^ridge, Cecil C. ; left 1868 

viii (cox.) 1866-8 ; late Capt. R.A. 
Saltash^ Cornwall 

Lowe, Henry; left 1869 

Maude, William Capell; left 1867 

M.A. and B.C.L. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

Maxwell, Edward Adolphus Seymour Ob. Aug. 1866 

Died while at Radley 

Nash, Robert Qeor^^e Frederick ; left 1870 

F. xii 1870 ; in Sydney, Australia 

OldSodbury Vicarage^ Chipping Sodbury^ Gloucestershire 

Peach, Qeors:e William ; left 1869 

C. xi 1868.9 ; F. xii 1868 ; P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1889 Fanny 
M., only d. of Thomas Goodall-Copestake, Esq., of Kirk Langley, Derby- 
shire ; J.P. Derbyshire and Staffordshire 

Langley Hall^ Derby 

Roberts, Joseph ; left 1867 
Short, John Henry ; left 1866 
Stanley, William; left 1866 
Tulk, Lawrence ; left 1869 
Wallace, Clement Edward ; left 1868 

M 



82 [iS66 



REV. WILLIAM WOOD, D.D. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1 866. 



1866. 

Anson, Alfred William ; left 1870 

Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. ist 1876 Georgiana Frances (ob. 1892), youngest d. of 
Rev. W. Greene, Rec. of Antrim ; 2nd 1894 Ellena, widow of Augustus 
Greene, Esq. ; Rec. of Martinsville, U.S. A. 

The Rev. A. W. Anson, 

Martinsville Rectory^ Virginia^ C/,S.A, 

cjo F, H. Anson^ Esq.,^ 72 St, Georges Square^ S, W. 

Bayly, John Cave; left 1868 Ob. Oct. 1891 

Served in Zulu War 1879-80 ; late Capt. (27th) Inniskilling Fusiliers ; ret. 
1889 

Bowles, Henry ; left 1872 

F. xii 1871 ; P. ; C.C.C. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.); m. 1899 Annette Mary, d. of 
J.Bolton Littledale, Esq., of Sandiway Bank, Hartford, Cheshire; served 
in Nile exped. 1884-5 (ment. in desp.; brev. of Maj.) ; with Tirah exped. 
1897-8 (ment. in desp.; brev. of Lt.-Col.) ; in S. African War 1899-1902, 
in commd. of ist Batt. Yorkshire Regt. ; present at operations round 
Colesberg in Jan. 1900 (ment. in desp.) ; engagements at Paardeberg 
(sev. wounded), Brandfort, Kroonstad, Pretoria, Diamond Hill, and 
Belfast (ment. in desp. ; C.B.) ; Director of Army Schools (War Office) 
from 1903 ; United Service Club 

Colonel H. Bowles, C.B., 

12 Sheffield Terrace, Kensingtotiy W, 

Bradford, Waller ; left 1868 Ob. 1872 

Heathcote Sch. 1866 ; migrated to Harrow 

Burrows, Ernest Penningfton ; left 1868 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. ; Oriental Club 
14 Old Cavendish Street, W, 

Dickson, Haughton ; left 1870 



1 866] WILLIAM WOOD 83 

Duncombe, Adolphus Montasfu ; left 1869 Ob. April 1904 

M. 1881 Beatrice D. M., d. of late Rev. W. Bridgeman Simpson ; J.P. 
W. Riding, Yorks ; Capt. (and Hon. Maj.) Yorks Hussars Yeom. 
1880-94 

Erskine, Charles Herbert Stewart ; left 1870 Ob. April 1896 
(afterwards the Hon. C. H. S. Erskine) 

C. xi 1869-70 ; Down. Coll. Camb. ; late Maj. Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders (Mil.) 

Field, Edmund Alfred ; left 1867 Ob. 1902 

M. 1879 Mary Louisa, d. of John Jones, Esq., of Dunedin, N.Z. ; Govt. 
Inspector in New Zealand 

Forbes, Henry Francis Gordon ; left 1868 Ob. March 1903 

Served in Afghan War 1878-9 ; present at attack and capture of All 
Musjid, and took part in the Bazar Valley and Lughman expedns. ; 
served in Burma expedn. 1886-7 ; late Lt.-Col. Rifle Brigade; ret. 1893 

Forwood, Ernest ; left 1867 

cjo Messrs. Forwood Bros,, 46 Si. Mary Axe^ E, C, 

Haviland, Robert Charles; left 1871 

viii 187 1 ; P. ; M.A. St. John's Coll. Camb. (3rd CI. Class. Tripos) ; 
Tea Planter ; Hon. Magistrate of Kamep, Assam ; Oriental Club 

75 Grosvenor Street, W, 

Jardine, John Fersrusson ; left 1870 

Leighton, Charles Arthur Baldwin Knyvett ; left 1871 

0b. May 1889 

M. 1879 Agatha Georgina, d. of late Gen. E. A. Somerset, C.B. ; Maj. (23rd) 
Roy. Welsh Fusiliers 

Lyman, William Whittington ; left 1868 
Mason, Alexander Lyon Arthur; left 1869 

Hist. Essay 1869; P.; F. xii 1868; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. 
Mods. ; 3rd CI. Hist.) ; H.O. 1875 ; m. 1877 Sidney Jane Gower, 2 d. 
of Col. E. King, late 36th Regt. ; Rec. of Westley-Waterless 1886-9 ; 
Chap, at Stuttgart 1889-99 ; Rec. of Burford from 1899 

The Rev. A. L. A. Mason, 

Whitton Rectory , Tenbury, Shropshire 



84 WILLIAM WOOD [1866 

Maul, Henry Compton ; left 1869 

C. xi 1866-8 ; F. xii 1867 ; Warwickshire County xi ; in Australia with 
Lord Harris's team 1879 ; m. 1883 Mary Essex, d. of Capt. H. W. Selby- 
Lowndes, 15th Hussars ; late Maj. Oxfordshire L.I. Mil. ; J.P. Oxon ; 
Wellington Club 

Major H. C. Maul, 

Horley Houscy Banbury^ Oxon 

Miller, Mark Peetham ; left 1868 

C. xi 1868 

Royal Thames Yacht Club, 7 Albemarle Street, W. 

Moore, Francis Edward ; left 1867 
Price, John Bulkeley ; left 1868 

C. xi 1868 ; late Capt. 38th Regt. and Maj. and Hon. Lt.-Col. S. Sta£Es. 
Mil. ; D.L., J.P. Anglesey ; Conservative and Jun. United Service Clubs 

Lieut. -Colonel J. B. Price, 

Fids Cadnant, Menai Bridge, Anglesey 

Randall, Richard George; left 1869 

F. xii 1868 ; viii 1869 ; m. 1887 Agnes Georgina, d. of Rev. G. E. Bruxner, 
of Thurlaston Holt, Hinckley ; late Lt.-Col. commdg. Lancashire 
Fusiliers and Col. commdg. 20th Regtl. Dist. ; ret. 1902 ; assumed 
additional surname of Bruxner 1891 ; Naval and Military Club 

Colonel R. G. Bruxner-Randall, 

Thurlaston Holt, Hinckley, Leicestershire 

Robin, Snowdon ; left 1869 

Late Lt.-Col. Roy. Jersey Artillery Mil. 

Lieut-Colonel Snowdon Robin, 
Steep hill, Jersey 

Studdert, Thomas Ash worth; left 1867 
Tunnard, Christopher Claypon ; left 1866 

Migrated to Eton ; m. 1879 E. K., d. of C. Norman, Esq., of Fahan House, 
Londonderry ; land agent ; J.P. East Lothian ; New Club (Edinburgh) 

Tyninghame, Frestonkirk, JV.B. 
Vaus:han-Hus:hes, Ernest ; left 1870 Ob. Aug. 1899 

Gibbs Sch. 1869 ; ist in competition Woolwich ; served in Afghan War 
1878-9 ; in Egyptian War 1882, and present at battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; 
Maj. Roy. Artillery 



1866-7] WILLIAM WOOD 85 

Walton, John Parnell; left 1872 Ob. circa 1879 

F. xii 1871 

Wigan, William Lewis ; left 1872 

Ottley Drawing Prize ; viii (cox.) 1869-70, rowed 1872 ; F. xii. 1871 ; B.A. 
Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Nat. Sci.) ; m. 1893 Laura, 2 d. of Rev. T. 
W. Carr, Rec. of Banning, Kent, and of Eshott Heugh, Northumber- 
land ; J.P. Kent 

Clare Cottage, East Mailing, Kent 
Woodhouse, William Charles ; left 1870 Ob. 

1867, 

Adkins, Henry Thomas ; left 1872 

2g Bramham Gardens, S. W. 

The Lightwoods, Alvechurch, Worcestershire 

Bey an, Al^^ernon Beckford; left 187 1 

Northgate Street, Bury St. Edmunds 

Bower, Francis Alan ; left 1870 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; United University Club 
p Stone Buildings, LincoMs Inn, W, C 

Brancker, Peter Whitfield ; left 1872 

F. xii 1868-71; viii 1870-2; M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb.; Jesus Coll. viii 
(head of the river) 1875-6 ; Camb. Univ. viii 1876 ; won Camb. Univ. 
iv's 1873-5 ; Ladies' Plate, Henley 1873 and 1876 ; H.O. 1877 ; m. 1885 
Florence Mary, 6 d. of J. Scholes Walker, Esq., of Limefield, Bury, 
Lanes ; Vic. of Corfe from 1897 ; Isthmian, Leander, London Rowing, 
and Somerset County (Taunton) Clubs 

The Rev. P. W. Brancker, 
Corfe Vicarage, Taunton 

Bris:gs, Aus:ustine ; left 1869 

M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1876 ; Vic. of St. James', Gravesend, 
1883-99 ; Vic. of St. Nicholas*, Rochester, from 1899 

The Rev. A. Briggs, 

St, Nicholas Vicarage, Rochester 

Bryans,''John Lonsdale; left 1868 

Ent. Sch. 1867 ; M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1876 ; m. 1881 Sibella 
Eliza, d. of Col. Tomkinson, of Willington Hall, Cheshire ; Rec. of New 
Radnor 1881-93 ; Vic. of Cwmbach-Llechryd from 1893 

The Rev. J. L. Bryans, 

St.JohfCs Vicarage, Builth, Radnorshire 



S6 WILLIAM WOOD 1867 

Charrington, Ernest; left 187 1 Ob. 1894 

viii 187 1 ; m. 1883 J. Margaret, d. of H. T. Wells, Esq., R.A. 

Coote, Charles Lewis; left 1872 

James Sch. 1869 ; Heathcote Sch. 1870 ; Hist. Essay 1871 ; Gold Medal 
1871 ; S.P. 1872 ; F. xii 1871 ; Sch. and B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. (ist CI. 
Mods. ; ist CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1881 Sybil Theodora, d. of late P. C. 
Sheppard, Esq. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

84 West Cromwell Road, S. W. 

ig Old Square, LincolfCs Inn, W. C. 

Craven, Wallace Fulwar ; left 1871 

Cress well, Cress well Augustus ; left 1875 

C. xi. 1873-5 i F. xii 1873-4 ; S.P. 1875 ; M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; 
m. 1893 Kathleen Laura Alicia, d. of Rev. W. Hay Gumey, of North 
Runcton, Norfolk ; on ^tock Exchange 

JS Connaught Square, W, 
Cresswell, Qeorge Francis Addison ; left 1869 

C. xi 1869; m. 1872 Harriet Eva L., d. of Rev. W. Hay Gumey, of 
North Runcton, Norfolk; Lt.-Col. commdg. 3rd Vol. Batt. Norfolk 
Regt. from 1903 ; M.V.O. (4th CI.) ; R. Thames Y. Club 

Lieut. -Colonel. G. F. A. Cresswell, M.V.O., 
Garden House, Hunstanton 
King Street, King^s Lynn 

Evans, Francis Walter Myddelton ; left 1873 Ob. 1887 

M. 1882 A., d. of Col. E. D. Hunt 

Qarnett, Henry Percy; left 1868 

Late Capt. Cornwall L.I. 

Overstrand, Norfolk 

Qunning, Frederick Digby ; left 1872 

J.P. Northants ; succeeded his father as 6th Bart 1903 ; Jun. Carlton 
Club 

Sir F. D. Gunning, Bart, 

Little Horton, Northampton 

Hamilton, Clement Edward; left 1870 

M. 1898 Fanny, d. of James Winch, Esq., of The Banks, Rochester ; served 
in Matabele War 

Mont-au'Roux Lodge, St. Auxins, Jersey 



1867-8] WILLIAM WOOD 87 

Parsons, Randolph Cecil; left 1869 

H.O. 1880; Vic. of Harome 1884-97 ; Vic. of Shotteswell 1897- 1900 

The Rev. R. C. Parsons, 

Woo^end^ Tower Road^ Bournemouth West 

Penrose, Charles ; left 1868 Ob. 1897 

Ent. Sch. 1867 ; Sch. and M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

Randall, John Allan; left 187 1 Ob. 1900 

F. xii 1869-70 ; m. 1900 Beatrice Anne Sibella, d. of De Carteret Malet, 
Esq., of Christchurch, New Zealand 

Ward, William Welsford ; left 1872 

James Sch. 1871 ; Hist. Essay 1872 ; Gold Medal 1872 ; 9.P. 1872 ; Demy 
and B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1886 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 2 d. of Reginald Rogers, Elsq., of Carwinion, near 
Falmouth ; Solicitor ; J.P. Cornwall ; United University Club 

Bosloe^ nr, Falmouth 
West, William ; left 1870 Ob. 1897 



1868. 

Bowles, Predericlc Gilbert ; left 1872 

Heathcote Sch. 1872 ; C. xi 1870-2 ; F. xii 1871-2 ; served in Soudan 
expedn. 1885, and present at affair at Tamai; Lt.-Col. Royal 
Engineers; C.R.E., Canada, from 1904; Naval and Military Club 

Lieut.-Colonel F. G. Bowles, R.E., 

c\o Messrs. Cox (Sr* Cb., 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 

Browne, Conolly William Lecky ; left 1871 

F. xii 1868-70 ; viii 1869-71 ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Camb. Univ. viii 1874 ; 
m. 1878 Annie Henrietta, eld. d. of C. Eccles, Esq. ; High Sheriff City 
and Co. of Londonderry 1888 

C. W. L. Browne-Lecky, Esq., 

Fintimara, Warrenpoint^ Co, Down 

Carter, Willoughby Harcourt; left 187 1 

C. xi 1869, *7i ; in Australia 

Christy, Edwin ; left 1873 Ob* 1880 

C. xi 187 1 -3 ; 2nd Lieut. 8th Hussars ; died in India 



88 WILLIAM WOOD [1868 

Cox, Clement Edward Eben ; left 1870 
Dashwood, Henry Walpole Qeorge ; left 1872 

F. xii 1871 ; viii 1872 

Durham, Hubert Roland Paisley ; left 1870 
Ployer, Frederick Anthony ; left 1869 

B.A. and M.B. King's Coll. Camb. ; m. 1883 ; H.M. Govt. Med. Officer, 
Brit. Central Africa ; formerly Civil Surgeon, Army Medical Service ; 
M.R.C.S. ; Physician ; Primrose Club 

5 Park Place, St, Jameses, S. W. 
Freeman, Harry Qascoigne ; left 1870 
Freer, William Jesse; left 1869 

M. 1890 Helen, youngest d. of W. Goode Johnson, Esq., of The Park, Not- 
tingham ; Clerk of the Peace, and to the Lieutenancy for Leicestershire 
from 1888 ; of the County Council from 1889 ; hon. local Sec. for 
Leicestershire of Soc. Antiquaries (London) ; F.S.A. ; late Capt. and 
Hon. Maj. 3rd Vol. Batt. Leicestershire Regt. ; Royal Societies (London) 
and County (Leicester) Clubs 

Stonygate, Leicester 

JO New Street, Leicester 

Qlencross, William Norris; left 1873 01>« 1^9^ 

Ex. Coll. Oxf. 1874 

Qough, Hugh Rodolph Arbuthnot ; left 1870 Ob. April 1879 

(afterwards the Hon. H. R. A. Gough) 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; died in South Africa 

Gray, Cecil; left 1870 

M. 1887 Miss A. R. Gibson 

Byculla Club, Bombay 

Hockin, Thomas Edmund ; left 1873 

viii 1872-3 ; F. xii 1870-2 ; M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Jesus Coll. viii 
1874-81 (head of river) ; Camb. Univ. viii 1876-9 ; won C.U.B.C. iv's 
1875-7 ; C.U.B.C. Pairs 1876-9 ; Ladies' Plate, 1877 ; Grand Challenge, 
Visitors* and Stewards* Cups 1879, Henley; J.P. Cornwall and Lan- 
cashire ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Wellwood, Ulverston, Lancashire 
Phillack, Hayle, Cornwall 

Le Breton, Henry Philip; left 1870 Ob. 1899 

LL.B. Trin. Coll. Cfimb, (2nd CI. Law Tripos) ; Barr. Inner Temple 



1 868] WILLIAM WOOD 89 

Lowry, Austin ; left 1868 

Ent. Sch. 1868 ; UA. St. Edm. Hall Oxf. ; Rec. of Hawerby from 1896 
The Rev. Austin Lowry, 
Hawerby Rectory^ Grimsby 

Lumsden, Lucius Angerton William Erslcine ; left 1869 
Morgan, Charles James ; left 1872 

City of London and R. Thames Y. Clubs 

104 Bishopsgate Within^ E.C. 

Rogers, Arnold Qeorge ; left 187 1 

Gibbs Sch. 1868 ; P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (3rd CI. Law and Hist. 
Tripos) ; Barr. Inner Temple ; New University Club 

23 Endsleigh Street^ W,C. 
Roscoe, William Cecil ; left 1870 

F. xii 1869 ; viii 1870 ; m. 1883 Annie Margaret, 5 d. of Ed. M. Gawne, Esq., 
of Kentraugh, Isle of Man ; Land Agent 

Tilstock Lodge^ Whitchurch^ Shropshire 
Simpson, Walter Morrison ; left 187 1 Ob. 

Staley, Alfred Evelyn ; left 1870 

6th Ind. C.S. Competition 1873 ; Barr. Inner Temple ; District and Sessions 
Judge (ist Grade) from 1891 

High Court of Judicature, Calcutta 
Taunton, Ernest Hippisley ; left 1872 

Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Freeland Lodge, Herschel Road, Observatory, Cape Town 

Tayler, William Churchill ; left 1869 

Solicitor ; R. Thames Y. Club 

27 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W, C. 
6g Bancroft, Hitchin 

Terry, Henry Qeorge ; left 1868 

Trevelyan, Walter Blackett ; left 1871 

C. xi 1869-71 F. xii 1869-70 ; Pemb. Coll. Oxf. 



90 WILLIAM WOOD [1868-9 

Wilson, Bernard Robert ; left 1876 

Gibbs Sch. 1872 ; Heathcote Sch. 1873 ; James Sch. 1874 »' Worsley Prize 
1874; Gold Medal 1874; Hist. Essay 1876; S.P. 1876; Sch. and M.A. 
Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Math. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Class. Mods. ; 2nd CI. 
Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1882 ; Chap, to Bp. of Brisbane 1885- 1903 ; Vic. of 
St. John's pro-Cathedral, Brisbane, 1887-91 ; Rec. of Kettering 1892-8 ; 
R.D. of Weldon 1894-8 ; Rec. of St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green, and 
Head of Oxford House 1898-1901 ; Vic. of Portsea from 1901 ; Grosvenor 
Club 

The Rev. B. R. Wilson, 
The Vicarage^ Portsea 

Witherby, Arthur Qeorge ; left 1874 

F. xii 187 1 ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; New Club 

Ablington Manor^ Fairford^ Glcs, 



1869. 

Bennet, Hon. Qeorge Montagu ; left 1870 

M. 1895 Leonora Sophia, d. of the late G. van Marter, Esq., of New York, 
U.S.A.; in Royal Navy 1865-9; served in Rifle Brig. 1872-80; D.L., 
J.P. Northumberland ; succeeded his father as 7th Eiarl 1899 ; Royal 
Societies' Club 

The Earl of Tankerville, 

Chillingham Castle^ Belford^ Northumberland 

Blackett, Harold ; left 1873 

C. xi 1870-3 (Capt.); F. xii 1870; m. 1881 Marion, 3 d. of the late 
Richard Gosling, Esq., of Ecclesfield, Ashford, Middlesex 

Pine Wood, Sunninghilly Ascot 
Chilton, Maurice Alfred ; left 1870 

L.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Edin. 

Cook, Edward Francis ; left 1870 
Danby, Clement Hdward ; left 187 1 

C. xi 1871 ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; H.O. 1877 ; m. 1877 Susanna Ellis, elder 
d. of W. Clinton Baddeley, Esq., of Helston and Pennare, St. Keveme, 
Cornwall; Vic. of Wytham-on-the-Hill 1881-5; Vic. of Weston-by- 
Welland from 1885, and Vic. of Welham from 1887 ; New University 
Club 

The Rev. C. E. Danby, 

The Vicarage^ Weston-by- Wetland^ Market Harborough 



1869] WILLIAM WOOD 91 

Danby, Philip Samuel ; left 187 1 

M. 1901 Lady Alexandra Louise Minna, younger d. of 7th Earl of 
Aylesford; Farming; J.P. Warwickshire 

Church Fartfiy Offchurch^ Leamington 

Degraves, Henry ; left 187 1 

Lyminster Courts Arundel^ Sussex 

De Winton, Charles Henry ; left 1874 

viii (cox) 1873-4 ; F. xii 1874 5 "^- ^^Q^ Elizabeth Mary, 2 d. of Lt.-Gen. 
R. T. Glyn, C.B., C.M.G., of Chequers House, Mortimer, Berks ; Banker ; 
J.P. Brecknockshire 

Buckingham House, Brecon 
Elwes, Qervase Paget; left 1873 

C. xi 1870-3 ; B.A. St. John's Coll. Oxf. 

Royal and Ancient Golf Club, St. Andrews, N,B. 

Qlencross, Qeorge Poole Norris ; left 1874 

C. xi 1873-4 *» ^' ^" ^^73 J M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. Cornwall 
Luxstowe, Liskeard, Cornwall 

Godfrey, Henry Polwhele; left 187 1 

Hargreaves, Arthur James; left 1871 

viii 187 1 

Harvey, Edmund; left 187 1 

C. xi 1869-71 ; F. xii 1870 

Hawley, Frederick William ; left 187 1 

Architect and Surveyor 

West Dene, Hollington Park, St. Leonards-on-Sea 

Hine, Harry ; left 1873 

Ent. Sch. 1869; m. 1883 Mary, eld. d. of the late Charles Bloxham, 
Esq., of Halesowen; M.R.C.S. Eng. ; M.R.C.P. Lond. ; M.D. 

20 Castle Street, Farnham, Surrey 
Hurford, Alexander Edward ; left 1872 

F. xii 187 1 -2 ; viii 1872 ; M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1886 Agneta 
Harriet, youngest d. of J. Sydney Beauchamp, Esq., of Hurst, Twyford, 
Berks; Solicitor 

Looey J^,S.O.i Cornwall 



92 WILLIAM WOOD [1869-70 

Lax, William ; left 1872 

Solicitor 

Ormskirk, Lancashire 



Milns, John Clarkson Rawlinson ; left 1871 

C. xi 1869-70 ; F. xii 1869 

Nasli, Qeorge Seymour; left 187 1 

Coffee planter 

Demaardy Kotagherry^ Nilghiti HiliSy Madras 

Nelson, Hon. Charles Horatio Ob. March 1900 

M. 1887 Ellen (ob. 1900), d. of G. W. Pelly, Esq. 

Percy, AUayne Josceline; left 1870 Ob. July 1886 

Rumsey, John Thomas Medlycott ; left 1872 Ob. May 1904 

M.A. Hert. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1884 ; Rec. of Rendlesham from 1901 

Stephens, Henry M. ; left 1870 

Ent. Sch. 1869 

Terrott, Richard ; left 1870 

Vizard, Henry William Shakespeare; left 1875 



1870. 

Beard, Charles Qeorge ; left 1875 

viii 1873-5 (Capt.) ; F. xii 1873-4 ; Conservative Club 

Thickthorn House^ Kenilworth, Warwickshire 

Bowman, William; left 1873 Ob. 1891 

F. xii 1871-3 ; viii 1873 



1870I WILLIAM WOOD 93 

Cooper, Edward Bickersteth ; left 1874 

viii 1874 ; F. xii 1874 ; S.P. 1874; M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.; 
3rd CI. Lit. Hum.); H.O. 1880; m. 1889 Penelope Althua, eld. d. of 
Edward Fisher, Esq., of Stratford-on-Avon ; Headmaster Amersham Gr. 
Sch. 1889-97 ; Cur. of Christ Church, Lancaster, from 1904 

The Rev. E. B. Cooper, 
^4 Dale Street^ Lancaster 

Duke, Rashleigh Edward Hungrerford ; left 1873 

Ottley Drawing Prize ; Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1879 ; m. 1888 Elizabeth 
Sarah, eld. d. of Benj. Hemsworth, Esq., of Monk Fryston Hall,Yorks; 
Vic. of Monk Fryston 1887-98 ; Rec. of Maltby-in-the-Marsh from 1898 ; 
Author of " Reflections on the Character of Sir Roger de Coverley of 
Addison " ; Editor of the Handy Guide to Mablethorpe 

The Rev. R. E. H. Duke, 

Maltby Rectory^ Alford^ Lincolnshire 

Flint, Charles Walter; left 187 1 

Flint, William Raffles; left 187 1 

Qoldie, Arthur Barrie Dash wood; left 1872 Ob. 

viii (cox) 1 87 1 

Harter, Percival LaTrobe; left 1872 

M. 1887 Margaret, d. of R. Case, Esq. ; J.P. Bucks and Northants ; 
Windham Club 

The Orchard^ Pinkne/s Green, Maidenhead 
Macfarlane, Duncan Alwyn ; left 1873 

B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf.; served in Sherbro* Exp., W. Africa, 1883; with 
Suakin Field Force 1888, and on Soudan Frontier 1889 ; with Chitral 
Relief Force 1895, including the action at the Malakand Pass (dang, 
wounded) ; on N.W. Frontier of India 1897-8 with Tirah Expedit. Force, 
and was present in the engagement at Dargai (ment. in desp. ; brev. 
of Maj.) ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (twice ment. in desp. ; 
brev. of Lt.-Col. ; D.S.O.) ; Lt.-Col. King^s Own Scottish Borderers ; 
Naval and Military and Caledonian Clubs 

Lieut.-Colonel D. A. Macfarlane, D.S.O., K.O.S.B., 

c\o Messrs, Cox &^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

Macfarlane, James Murray ; left 1873 ^^« ^^^4 

Mallock, John Jervis ; left 1875 

F. xii 1874; viii 1875; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.); H.O. 
1880; m. 1888 Alice Deborah, d. of George Maconchy, Esq., of Co. 
Longford ; Rec. of Grade 1888-98 ; R.D. of Kcrrier 1896-8 ; Rec. of East 
AUington from 1898 

The Rev. J. J. Mallock, 

East AUington Rectory, Mounts, R.S.O., South Devon 



94 WILLIAM WOOD [1870 

Morrice, Hugh Buller; left 1874 

M. 1893 Grace Lucretia, 2 d. of Rev. Canon Hands, of St. Matthew's, 
St. Helena^ Farming 

Prospect^ Si. Helena 

cjo Dr. G. G. Mortice^ 17 Royal Terrace^ Weymouth 

Robertson, Archibald Nugent ; left 1873 

Glasgow Univ. ; King's Coll. Lond. ; Barr. Middle Temple 
Athenaeum Club, Sydney , N.S. W, 

Roscoe, St. John Billingsley ; left 1873 

viii 1872-3 ; Solicitor 

Junior Carlton Club^ Fall Mall 

Wadham, Malcolm Wyndham ; left 1872 

C. xi 1872 ; m. 1892 Charlotte Agnes, 2 d. of Capt. Wm. Mitchell 
Innes, of Ayton Castle, and Whitehall, Berwickshire ; Isthmian and 
St. George's (Sandwich) Clubs 

18 Tedworih Square, S. W. 
Wigan, Alfred Edmund ; left 1874 

Hist. Essay 1874 ; viii 1873 (Capt.) ; Exhib. and M.A. Keble Coll. OxL 
(4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1888 Alice Maud, 3 d. of George Graham, 
Esq., of Yardley, Worcestershire ; Barr. Middle Temple ; formerly 
practising on Chancery Side ; Planter in Jamaica ; J.P. St. Catherine's, 
Jamaica 

Hartlands, Jamaica 

c\o Messrs. Brandon &* Co., 32 Fenchurch Street, E. C. 

Wis:an, Francis William; left 1874 Ob. 1893 

M.A. St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1880 ; late Rec. of Luddesdown, Kent 

Witherby, Hubert ; left 1872 Ob, Oct. 1875 

Migrated to Haileybury ; died in Melbourne, Australia 



95 [1^71 



REV. CHARLES MARTIN, M.A. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1876. 



•^•^ 



I87I. 

AUenby, Samuel Hynman ; left 1873 

C. xi 1873-4; ™- ^^^5 Lady Sophia Constance, eld. d. of 14th Earl of 
Eglinton and Win ton ; late Capt. (hon. Maj.) Lincolnshire Mil. ; assumed 
surname and arms of Montgomerie by royal licence 1893 ; D.L. Ayrshire ; 
J.P. Lincolnshire ; Boodle's and Bachelors* Clubs 

S. H. Montgomerie, Esq., 

Southannan House^ Fairlie^ N.B, 
Auchans Castle ^ Kilmarnock^ N.B, 

Beard, Richard Rideout ; left 1874 

F. xii 1873 ; C. xi 1874 ; S.P. 1874 ; M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Barr. 
Lincoln's Inn ; Jun. Carlton and United Universities Clubs 

Th€ Woodlands^ Kenilworth^ Warwickshire 
Bruce, Eric Henry Stuart ; left 1874 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1884 Helen Florence M. A., d. of late J. D. King, 
Esq., formerly Registrar in the Exeter Court of Bankruptcy ; Hon. 
Sec. of the Aeronautical Soc. of Great Britain ; Membre d'Honneur 
of the Paris Aero Club ; Windham Club 

5J Victoria Street^ Westminster^ S, W, 
Clabon, William Montague Robert ; left 1876 Ob. 1876 

Killed by a train 

Cooper, William Ernest Simons; left 1877 

Ent. Sch. 1871; Gibbs Sch. 1873; Heathcote Sch. 1874; Gold Medal, 
1876 ; viii 1876-7 ; M.A. Reble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CL Math. Mods. ; 2nd 
CI. Math. Fin. ; . ist CI. Theol. Prelim.) ; H.O. 1885 ; Rec. of Gissing 
from 1896 

The Rev. W. E. S. Cooper, 

Gissing Rectory , Diss, Nor/oik 



96 CHARLES MARTIN [187 1 

Denny, Arthur 

Evans, Herbert Massy Myddelton ; left 1878 

viii 1876-7 ; B.A. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1884 ; Rec. of Coveney, 
Cambs. 1889-90; Vic. of St. Michael's, Shoreditch 1891-1903 

Fowler, Reginald William ; left 1872 

C. xi 1872 ; F. xi 1872 ; m. 1884 Agnes, 2 d. of Edward Firth, Esq., 
of Tapton Edge, Sheffield, and Birchfield, Hope, Derbyshire ; Land 
Agent and Surveyor ; Jun. Carlton and Sheffield Clubs 

Crookesmoor House^ Sheffield 
Fox, Arthur Fanshawe 

Migrated to Eton ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barr. Inner Temple 

Freer, Selwyn Charles ; left 1875 

C. xi 1874-5 ; F. xii 1874-5 ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mod. Hist.) ; 
(Trin. Coll. viii, C. xi, F. xi) ; H.O. 1881 ; m. 1897 Ethel Maude Mary, 
2 d. of the late Rev. Canon Robert Bruce, Vic. of Little Dean, Glos., 
and hon. Canon of Durham ; Incumbent of St.Catharine's, Nottingham, 
1883-7 ; Railway Missioner, Cape Colony, 1887-8 ; Sec. and Chaplain 
to Bp. (Ridding) of Southwell 1889-91 ; Miss, in California, U.S.A. 
1892-5 ; Vic. of High Ercall, Shropshire, 1896- 1900 ; Vic. of Boston, 
Natal, from 1900 

The Rev. S. C. Freer, 

St MichaePs Vicarage^ Boston^ Natal, South Africa 
c/o IV. y. Freer, Esq,, ES,A,, Stony gate, Leicester 

Greenwood, Charles ; left 1873 

M. 1880 Bertha Marion, d. of Chas. Lockhart, Esq., of Stoke-on-Trent ; 
late Capt. 4th Batt. Border Regt. (Mil.) 

Oaklands, Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire 
Qunning, Charles Vere ; left 1876 

M. 1888 Ethel Beatrice, 3 d. of Rev. W. R. Finch-Hatton, of Weldon, 
Kettering ; late Capt. (68th) Durham L.I. ; formerly Gov. of Leicester 
Prison ; served in S. African War 1889- 1902 as StafiE Officer in Remounts 
Dept. (ment. in desp.) ; promoted Maj. Reserve of Officers ; Jun. United 
Service Club 

Major C. V. Gunning, 

Weldon,^ Kettering, Northamptonshire 

Hayley, John Newton ; left 1874 

viii 1873-4; Windham Club 

The Tower, Bognor, Sussex 



1871] CHARLES MARTIN 97 

Hornby, Francis Villiers ; left 1876 

C. xi 1873-6 (Capt.) ; F. xii 1873-5 (Capt.) ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; played for 
next xvi at Oxf. 2 years ; m. 1887 Kathleen Marion, only d. of the 
late John Hamilton, Esq., of Brown Hall, Co. Donegal ; Barr. Middle 
Temple ; late Civil Service (Home Office) ; now Sec. Union of London 
and Smith's Bk., Ltd. ; United University Club 

2 Princes Street^ JS- C, 

TJu Cedar House^ South MimmSy Herts 

Moles worth, Arthur Hill ; left 1874 

F. xii 1873 ; viii 1874 

Torridge House^ Westward Ho! 

Mofesworth, Qeorge Nassau ; left 1874 Ob. 1879 

F. xii 1873 

Orred, Qeorge Leslie ; left 1874 Ob. 

viii 1872-3 ; F. xii 1872-4 ; late 5th Fusiliers 

Pontifex, Arthur Rupert 

Tasmanian Club^ Hobart, Tasmania 

Ridley, Walter Colborne; left 1873 

C. xi 1872-3 

Docking Hall^ King's Lynn^ Norfolk 

Roscoe, Charles Francis ; left 1876 Ob. 1878 

Rouse, Herbert; left 1875 Ob. 

F. xii. 1871, 1873 (Capt.) ; C. xi 1872-3 ; m. 1885 Minna, d. of 
J. Hbdson, Esq. 

Sturt, Prank 

Tancred, Seymour Mitford ; left 1873 

viii 1872-3 ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; won Oxf. Univ. iv 1874 '•> Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 
1875 ; m. 1896 Charlotte Dorothea, d. of late W. G. Dickson, Esq., 
LL.D. ; Sheriff Principal of Lanarkshire 

62 Vanbrugh Park^ Blackheath^ S.£» 
Trevelyan, Willoughby Penwick ; left 1873 

F. xii 1873 ; Jesus Coll. Camb. 1876-7 ; late Capt. N. Staffordshire 
Regt. ; Staff Paymaster (Maj.), Army Pay Department 

Major W. F. Trevelyan, A.P.D., 

c/o Messrs. Cox &* Co,^ 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

o 



98 CHARLES MARTIN [1871-2 

Young, Qeorg:e Brook; left 1875 

viii 1874-5 ' F* xii 1874-5 ; m. 1892 Anna Georgina, d. of Townley 
Filgate, Esq., of Co. Louth ; served' in Griqualand East, and in Zulu 
and Basuto Wars with Natal Vols. ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire 
Regt. (i\Iil.). 

Pavilion de la Vallee^ Dinan^ France 



1872. 

Apthorp, Randolph Shirley ; left 1876 

C. xi 1875-6 

Bristowe, Arthur Lynn ; left 1880 

C. xi 1878-80 ; F. xii 1878-9 ; P. ; M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. 
Hist.) ; m. 1900 Marie Jeanne, eld. d. of S. Symons, Esq. ; Barr. Inner 
Temple ; Stock Exchange ; United University and St. Stephen's Clubs 

2g Stanhope Gardens^ S, W. 
Bristowe, Sydney Chesshyre; left 1878 

viii 1877-8 ; m. 1885 Ethel, d. of W. Paterson, Esq. 
Bookham Grove, Leatherhead 

Collings, Cecil Bargrave 

Corbet, Reg^inald ; left 1874 

viii 1874 ; m. 1891 Hon. Katharine, 2 d. of 23rd Lord de Clifford ; Lord of 
' the Manors of Adderley, Hinstock, Market Drayton, etc., Patron of four 

livings; late Capt. and hon. Maj. Shropshire Yeom. ; J.P. Shropshire; 

Turf and White's Clubs 

Adderley Hall, Market Drayton 
Parrant, Charles William Brett ; left 1876 

viii 1875-6 (Capt.) ; F. xii 1875-6 ; m. 1886 Cecilia Eleanor, 3 d. of 
Seaburne May, Esq., of Princes Park, Liverpool ; served in Burmese 
Exp. 1885-Q (ment. in desp.) ; late R. Munster Fusrs. and York aad 
Lancaster Regt. (ret. 1896) ; formerly Ciov. of Reading Prison ; of Durham 
Prison from 1904 ; Naval and Military Club 

Captain C. W. B. Farrant, 

The Governor's House, H, M, Prison, Durham 

Greenfield, Charles Bunce ; left 1876 

F. xii 1874-5 ; m. 1885 Ethel M., eld. d. of Lt.-Gen. W. Rickman ; served 
in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; Capt. Bedfordshire Mil. 

Barkham Square, Wokingham, Berks 



1872] CHARLES MARTIN 99 

Hill, Edward Frank ; left 1876 

Ent. Sch. 1872 ; F. xii 1876 ; M.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; 
H.O. 1883 ; m. 1890 Catherine Rose, d. of the late Francis Pym, Esq., 
of the Haselis, Beds, and Radwell, Herts ; Vic. of Shrivenham, Berls, 
from 1890 ; R.D. from 1892 ; Jun. Constitutional Club 

The Rev. E. F. Hill, 

The VicaragCy Shrivenham^ Berks 



Hobson, Thomas Frederick; left 1878 

Ent. Sch. 1873-4 ; Gibbs Sch. 1875 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1876 ; James 
Sch. 1877; Gold Medal 1878; Worsley Prize 1878; Hist. Essay 1878; 
Gk. Verse 1878 ; P. ; F. xii 1878 ; Jun. Stud, and M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 
(2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; winner of 3 miles O.U.A.C. 1882 ; 
ran for Oxf. v. Camb. mile 1881, 3 miles 1882 ; H.O. 1885 ; Assist. 
Master Radley Coll. 1883-9 and 1897-1901 ; Wellington Coll. 1889-93; 
Warden St. Edward's Sch. Oxf. 1893-6; Chaplain R.I.E. Coll., Cooper's 
Hill, 1897 ; Headmaster King's Sch., Rochester, from 1901 ; Jun, 
Conservative Club 

The Rev. T. F. Hobson, 
King's School, Rochester 

Homfray, Alfred ; left 1874 

viii 1874 ; m. 1882 Laura Elizabeth, elder d. of J. Lidstone Holberton, 
Esq., of Greenbank, Wordsley, Staffs ; Solicitor ; Clerk to Halesowen 
County Justices, &c. ; Commissioner of the South Staffordshire Mines 
Drainage Commission; Conservative Agent for the Kingswinford 
Division of Staffordshire 

Otterbourne Court, Halesowen, Birmingham 



Howard- Vyse, Henry Qranville Lindsay ; left 1877 Ob. 1882 

viii 1877 ; F. xii 1875-6 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; passed in first to Sandhurst ; 
Lt. 60th Rifles ; served in Transvaal War 1881 ; selected to serve with 
Mounted Infty. in Egypt, and killed in skirmish before Ramleh, 1882. 
The first officer killed in Egyptian War 

Hulse, Charles West row Ob. June 1901 

Capt. and Hon. Maj. Hants and L W. Art. Mil. ; killed in S. African War 
1899- 1902, while serving with Imp. Yeom. ; J.P. Hants 



Jones, Edward James ; left 1875 Ob. 1889 

Assoc. Roy. Sch. of Mines ; Geol. Survey of India 1883 ; Curator Calcutta 
Museum 



Loxley, Herbert Charles; left 1877 Ob. July 1902 

viii 1875-7 



loo CHARLES MARTIN [1872 

Morrice, Qeors:e Qavin ; left 1878 

Ent. Sch. 1873 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1875 ; S.P. 1877 ; M.A. and M.D. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. (15th Sen. Op.) ; M.R.C.P. ; m. 1892 Alice Amelia, 
d. of late J. J. EUement, Esq. ; Physician ; J. P. Kincardineshire ; United 
University Club 

77 Royal Terraccy Weymouth 
Northcote, Percy Barons Williamson Ob. 

Prods:ers, Ronald Edwin; left 1878 

Caius Coll. Camb. ; formerly a brewer ; Primrose Club 
Kington House, Chippenham 

Pym, Frederick William ; left 1876 

B.N.C. Oxf. ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. Bedford Regt. (Mil.) ; J.P. Bedford 
shire ; Jun. Carlton and Union (Brighton) Clubs 

I J Cambridge Road, Brighton 
Raven, Percy Earle ; left 1876 Ob, 1901 

Ent. Sch. 1872; Worsley Prize 1875; C. xi 1875-6.; F. xii 1875-6; 
Cooper's Hill 

Robertson, John Drummond ; left 1874 

James Sch. 1873 I P* '•> M-^* Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Author of " Handbook 
to Coinage of Scotland," 1878; Monograph on "The Mint of Gloucester" 

Scott, Ernest; left 1874 

C. xi 1873-4; F- ^i^ ^^73 '■> Owens Coll. Manch. ; m. 1882 Edith Rosabel, 
d. of E. W. Roylance, Esq., of Brookfield, Cheetham Hill, Manchester ; 
Manufacturing Engineer; Director, Ernest Scott and Mountain, Ltd., 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Union (Newcastle) and Northumberland and 
Northern Counties (St, Ermin's Court) Clubs 

Riding Mill-on-Tyne, Northumberland 
Sidney, Hon. Henry; left 1876 Ob. April 1896 

C. xi 1874-5 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Wheeler, George Domvile Chetwynd ; left 1876 

Ent. Sch. 1872 ; M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; H.O. 1881 ; 
m. 1882 Edith Caroline, 4 d. of the late Wm. Swaine, Esq., of Braboeuf 
Manor, Guildford ; Vice-Prin. St. Kenelm's Sch., Cowley, 1881-9 ; Rec. 
of Barcheston 1890-2 ; Vic. of Cleobury Mortimer 1892-7 ; Composer 
of Songs, Gavottes, &c. ; Author of " Butterflies of Switzerland and the 
Alps of Central Europe " 

The Rev. G. D. C. Wheeler, 

c\o Miss Swaine, Briarfield, Guildford 



1873] CHARLES MARTIN roi 

1873. 
Barlow, Edmund Francis Masterman ; left 1876 Ob. Dec. 1902 

Ex. Coll. Oxf. 1879-81 

Bone, Charles Belf leld ; left 1 880 

Heathcote Math. Sch. 1879 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1903 Janet Prudence, 
eld. d. of late Gen. R. D. Ardagh, I.S.C. ; Architect 

5p St, Mary's Mansions^ Paddington^ IV. 
Bowman, Henry James ; left 1876 

M. 1887 Catherine Maud Mary, d. of Rev. J. Walker, Rec. of Averham, 
Newark ; served in Egyptian War 1882 ; in Sikkim Expedit. 1888 ; on 
N.W. Frontier of India with Tirah Expedit. Force ; present at the 
storming of Dargai, &c. (severely wounded) ; Recruiting Staff Officer 
at Manchester from 1902 ; Maj. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Regt.) ; Jun. United Service Club 

Major H. J. Bowman, Sherwood Foresters, 

cjo Messrs. Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 
The Hollies, Marple, Cheshire 

Bristowe, Ernest Mason ; left 1876 

C. xi 1874-6; F. xii 1876; m. 1893 Mary Lucy Annora Garnett, d. of 
Capt. H. Gandy, of Skirsgill Park, Penrith ; Member of Stock Exchange ; 
Jun. Carlton and City of London Clubs 

Great Baddow House, near Chelmsford 
Carter- Wood, Joseph 

M. 1883 Evelyn Alice, d. of late Col. A. W. Adair 
Ireby Grange, Irehy, Cumberland 

Champernowne, Philip Henry; left 1878 

viii 1878 (Capt.) ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; O.U.B.C. Trial viii 1880 ; m. 
1893 Katharine Theresa Vidal, youngest d. of late J. A. Radcliffe, Esq., 
of Ordsal, Cobham, Surrey ; Solicitor 

Norfolk House, Victoria Embankment, W. C. 
Seale Lodge, Farnham, Surrey 

Erskine, Henry William Kni^fht 

Late Capt. Gordon Highlanders Mil. ; D.L., J.P. Aberdeenshire ; Carlton 
and Jun. United Service Clubs 

Evetts, Basil Thomas Alfred ; left 1878 Ob. 1898 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (Taylorian Sch. ; 3rd CI. Mods. ; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) 



I02 CHARLES MARTIN [1873 

Porster, William Griffith; left 1879 

F. xii 1878-9 ; C. xi 1879 

Qoff, Cecil Willie Trevor Ttiomas; left 1876 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 as Adjt. of 3rd (Mil.) Batt. East 
Lanes Regt. ; D.S.O. ; Maj. E. Lanes Regt. ; Naval and Military Club 

Major C. W. T. T. Goff, D.S.O., East Lancashire Regt., 
c\o Messrs. Cox 6^ C^., 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Greenfield, Herbert Bunce ; left 1877 

viii 1876-7 ; F. xii 1876 

j^ Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, JV, 

Har^reaves, Percy; left 1878 

viii 1877 ; C. xi 1878 

16 Stratton Street, W, 

Holcroft, George Harry; left 1875 

viii 1874-5 ; F. xii 1874-5 ; M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1893 Annie Gertrude, 
3 d. of Rev. Jeremiah Coombes, of Portwood Vicarage, Cheshire ; 
Manufacturer ; formerly a Solicitor ; J.P.Worcestershire and Staffordshire 

The Grange, Stourbridge 
Hubbard, William Francis; left 1875 Ob. 

F. xii 1874-5 

Jolinstone, Arthur Giffard Whiteside; left 1878 

B.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; Journalist ; on Editorial Stafi of the " Manchester 
Guardian" from 1894; Reform (Manchester) Club 

Tamhelm, Victoria Park, Manchester 
Johnstone, Henry Alexander; left 1877 

Gibbs Sch. 1874; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1875 ; James Sch. 1876 ; Worsley 
Prize 1876 ; S.P. 1876 ; Sch. and M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.) 

pj Comely Bank Avenue, Edinburgh 
6g Northumberland Street, Edinburgh 

Madan, Charles Spencer Ob. 

Moore, Alfred Percival; left 1876 

James Sch. 1875 ; Hist. Essay 1875 ; Sch., B.A. and B.C.L. Wadh. Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; ist CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Registrar of the Arch- 
deaconry of Leicester and See. to Bishop (Glyn) of Peterborough from 
1903 ; Grosvenor Club 

Cloister Court, The Precincts, Peterborough 
Benscliff, Newtown Linford, Leicestershire 



1873] CHARLES MARTIN 103 

Ranketi, Edward Alfred Arthur 

Ridley, James Francis 

Docking Hally Kin^s Lynn^ Norfolk 

Rohrweger, Frank; left 1877 

Hist. Essay 1877 ; viii 1876-7 ; B.N.C. Oxf. 1877-8 ; Barr. Inner Temple ; 
appointed Dist. Commissioner Lagos 1894 and first Police Magistrate 

1896 ; has acted as Queen's Advocate, Colonial Secretary, Chief Justice 
and Governor ; Political Officer attached to forces in Lagos Protectorate 

1897 ; C.M.G. 1899 ; afterwards British Resident in Abeokuta, W. Africa 

Frank Rohrweger, Esq., C.M.G., 

Ivy Villa^ Finchley Lane^ Hendon^ Middlesex 

Scott, Charles Archibald Ramsay ; left 1880 

F. xii 1879 ; served in S. African War 1902 ; Maj. S.W. Borderers 

Major C. A. R. Scott, South Wales Borderers, 
clo Messrs, Holt 6^ Co,^ 3 Whitehall Place, S, W, 

Scott, Hu^o James Ellbank ; left 1879 

viii 1878 ; F. xii 1878-9 ; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1893 Agnes Harriett, 
d. of H. T. Jenkinson, Esq., of Ower Fawley, Hants ; Lord of the 
Manor of Makerstoun, Co. Roxburgh ; assumed additional name of 
Makdougall 1900 ; J. P. Roxburghshire ; Jun. Carlton and New (Edin- 
burgh) Clubs 

H. J. E. Scott-Makdougall, Esq., 
Makerstoun House, Kelso, N,B, 

Sebrlgfht, Arthur Edward Saunders; left 1875 

C. xi 1875 ; m. 1889 Emily Eva, d. of John Bo wen, Esq., of Ellesmere, 
Shropshire ; late 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. (Mil.) 

Sharpe, Charles Henry ; left 1879 

M.A. Hert. Coll. Oxf. ; Hert. Coll. viii (head of river) ; won Oxf. Univ. 
iv 1881-2; won Oxf. Univ. Pairs with G. C. Bourne; Oxf. Univ. Trial 
viii 1881-2 ; H.O. 1884; Acting C.F. Aldershot 1891-2 ; Glouc. Dioc. 
Missioner from 1893 » Founder and Editor of the " Churchman's Union 
for Daily Devotional Bible Study," having the special approval of the 
Archbp. of Canterbury, the Bp. of London, &c., &c. 

The Rev. C. H. Sharpe, 

Granville House, Richmond, Surrey 
More Hall, Stroud, Gloucester 
Longhope Manor, Gloucester 

5haw-Stewart, Archibald Claud 

Late Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
Corston, Malmesbury^ Wilts 



I04 CHARLES MARTIN [1873 

Streatfeild, Sidney; left 1877 

M. 1894 Lucy Augusta, d. of A. H. Tenney, Esq., of Ditchingham Lodge, 
Norfolk ; Stockbroker ; White's Club 

High Buckhursti Edenbridge^ Kent 
Taylor, Francis Barnard; left 1879 Ob. 

Ent. Sch. 1873; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1876; C. xi 1876-9; F. xii 
1876, 8 ; S.P. 1878 ; Math. Sch. Hert. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Math. Mods.) 

Trevelyan, Edmund James Willougliby ; left 187V 

F. xii 1876 

Conservative Club^ Glasgow 
Tyrwiiitt, Cecil Robert; left 1879 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1886 ; U.M.C.A. Zanzibar 1893-6 ; Chap. St. 
Aug. Coll. Canterbury 1897-1902 ; Priest-in-charge, St. Peter's, 
Canterbury, frdm 1897 

The Rev. C. R. Tyrwhitt, 

10 St, Georges Place^ Canterbury 

Tyrwhitt, Walter Spencer Stanhope ; left 1878 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.); Author of "New Chum in the 
Oueensland Bush " ; Painter in Water Colours ; frequent exhibitor at the 
Koyal Academy ; elected member of the R. Soc. of British Artists, Jan. 
1904 ; Savile Club 

22s Iffley Road^ Oxford 
Wheeler, William Charles Edmund; left 1875 

M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; Schoolmaster ; Vice-Prin. 
1 898- 1 903, Headmaster from 1903, of St. Helen's (Preparatory) School, 
Dublin 

St, Helenas School^ 2j Pembroke Road^ Dublin 
White, Cecil Henry Holden; left 1878 

C. xi 1877-8 ; F. xii 1877 ; played for Gentlemen of Eng. v. Players 1886 
and South v. North 1884-6 ; Capt. of Middx. County F.A. 1883-6 
played for England at Assoc. Football v. Scotland and Wales 1888 
Merchant ; Junior Carlton and Queen's Clubs 

C. H. Holden White, Esq., 
JO Queen^s Gate^ S. W, 

Wi^an, Charles; left 1878 

M.A. Hert. Coll. Oxf. ; half-blue Inter-Univ. Bicycle Race 1880 ; m. Cecilia 
Margaret, youngest d. of Rev. R. Champernowne, of Dartington, 
Devon ; Solicitor ; Under-Sheriff of Surrey ; Official Solicitor to the 
Attorney-General in Parliamentary Charity Matters ; Athenaeimi and 
New Oxford and Cambridge Clubs 

Norfolk House^ Victoria Embankment^ W,C, 
Knapp Hilly near Woking 



1873-4] CHARLES MARTIN foj 

Williams, Watkin Wynn; left 1876 

C. xi 1876; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (3rd CI. Lit. Hum.); played for 
M.C.C. in numerous County Matches ; H.O. 1883 ; Vice-Prin. Dorch. 
Miss. Coll. 1888^1 ; Fell, and Tutor of St. Aug. Coll. Cant, (and lately 
Sen. Fellow and Librarian) 1891-1904; Vic. of Monkton from 1904 ; 
Examinr of Secondary Schools in Religious Knowledge Rochester 
Dioc. ffom 1902 ; Fellow R. Colonial Inst. ; Joint Author of " An 
Introduction to the Articles of the Church of England," 1895 ; Author 
of "Missionary Vocation and the Public Schools," 1897; "Resources 
and Responsibilities," 1899 ; M.C.C. and Savile Clubs 

The Rev. Watkin W. Williams, 
Monkton Vicarage^ Ramsgate 

Witherby, Bertram ; left 1874 

Late Maj. The King's Own Yorkshire (51st) Lt. Infty. ; ret. 1902 

Major B. Witherby, late Yorkshire L.I., 
Naval &» Military Club, Piccadilly , W, 

Youn^, Arthur; left 1876 

viii 1875-6 ; F. xii 1875 



1874. 



Abbot, Bradley; left 1874 



Akers, Charles Edmond ; left 1877 

F. xii 1876 ; m. 1900 Charlotte Mabel, d. of Col. James Dwight, of Stock- 
bridge, Massachusetts, U S.A. ; acted as Canadian, Boatman in Soudan 
Expedit. 1885 (Humane Soc. Medal) ; served in the Buffs Mil. and reserve 
of officers 1885-7 ; Adj. Gold Coast Constabulary 1888 ; Special War 
Correspondent of the ** Times" 1893-1903 in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, 
Peru, Venezuela, Cuba, and the United States ; Author of " A History 
of South America 1854- 1904" (Murray); "Argentine, Patagonian, and 
Chilian Sketches " (Harrison) ; contributed articles on South America 
to loth edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica ; Isthmian and Jun. 
Constitutional Clubs 

68 Palmerston House, Old Broad Street, E. C 
Swadelands, Lenham, near Maidstone 

Andrews, Leonard Wodehouse ; left 1878 

M. 1885 Gertrude Alexandra, d. of G. J. Graystone Reid, Esq., of Broad- 
water Down, Tunbridge Wells 

Belmont House, Southborough, Kent 



io6 CHARLES MARTIN [1874 

Barnard, Herbert Wyndham ; left 1878 

F. xii 1877 ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1878-80 ; m. 1891 Annabel, elder d. of the 
late John Downes, Esq. ; Timber Merchant ; partner in H. and R. 
Fowler, Stave Merchants, of London Bridge ; Conservative Club 

62 St Georgi^s Square^ S, W. 
Campbell, James Adair; left 1877 

F. xi 1877 ; m. 1892 Jean Blanche, 2 d. of late Henry Havemeyer, Esq., of 
New York ; served in Brit. S. African Mounted Police 1889-91 ; in 
Lanarkshire Yeom. 1882-9 ; J.P. Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire ; 
Arthur's an 1 New (Edinburgh) Clubs 

Darleiih^ CardrosSy Dumbartonshire^ N,B, 
Cator, Ralph Bertie Peter; left 1879 

viii 1878 (Capt.); iv 1879; F. xii 1878; P.; B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd 
CI. Hist.) ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; appointed 1896 Judicial Officer and 
Legal Vice-Consul of British East African Protectorate ; senior Judge 
of the High Court of E. Africg, on its creation from 1902 ; Athenaeum 
and Savile Clubs 

The Hon. R. B. P. Cator, 
Mombasa, East AJrica 

Cobb, Rhodes Hawlyn ; left 1876 

Rowed in Kingston R.C., Grand Chal. C. Henley, 1882-7, and many 
other Regattas; m. 1889; Produce broker; Badminton Club 

Sg Lime Street ^ E,C. 
The Grovey Esher^ Surrey 

Coleman, Walter Thomllnson ; left 1876 

Lord of the Manor of Kington Langley and Kington St. Michael ; Capt. 
and Hon. Maj. 3rd Batt. Wilts Regt. (Mil.) ; J.P. Wilts ; New Club 

Major W. T. Coleman, 

Langley Fitzurse, Chippenham^ Wilts 

Didham, Chambers ; left 1878 

M. 1900 Constance Violet, 2 d. of A'bert Heymann, Esq. of West Bridg- 
ford Hall, Nottingham ; late Capt. Sherwood Foresters ; ret; 1901 ; 
Maj. 4th Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Mil.) 1902-4 ; J.P. Derbyshire 

Major C. Didham, 

The Hursty Alfretony Derbyshire 

Evans, Percy Myddelton ; left 1880 

F. xii 1880 

Llwynbarriedy Nantmely Rhayadery S, Wales 

Qooch, Henry Francis Ob. 

M. 1890 Mrs. H. Gerard ; late Capt. (Hon. Maj.) S. Lanes Regt. 



1874] CHARLES MARTIN 107 

Qresley, Nigel Egerton; left 1879 

F. xii 1878 ; C. xi 1879 ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Hist.) ; Ranch- 
man ; Sports Club 

Drakelowe Rancht^ Laramie^ Albany Co,, Wyominq, 

U.S.A, 
Belmont, Kington, Herefordshire 

Harding:, Stanley Qreville; left 1877 

C. xi 1874-6 ; F. xii 1875 ; Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 
2g Bolton Gardens, S. Kensington, S. W, 

Holcroft, Walter; left 1876 

viii 1875-6 ; M.A. St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1887 Alice Maria, youn;;er d. 
of Edward Westwood, Esq., of The Laurels, near Stourbridge : 
Solicitor ; Union Club (Birmingham) 

Coppy Hill, near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 
Holland, Herbert Christian; left 1877 

viii (cox) 1875 ; m. 1883 Edith Laurentia Mary, d. of Lawrence Cave, 
Esq., of Ditcham Park, Petersfield, Hants; served in Afghan War 
187980; Boer War 1881 ; Egyptian War 1882; late 15th Hussars; 
Capt. Derbyshire Yeom. 1892-7 ; Chief Constable of Derbyshire from 
1897 ; J.P. Derbyshire ; Boodle's and Naval and Military Clubs 

Captain H. C. Holland, 
Brailsjord Hall, Derby 

Holland, Harry Francis ; left 1878 Ob. 1903 

F. xii 1876-7 ; served with the Burmese Expedit. 1885-6 ; Chitral Relief 
Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 ; in the campaign on the N.W. 
Frontier under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 ; present at defence of the 
Malakand (sev. wounded ; ment. in desp. ; brev.) ; late Capt. and Brev. 
Maj. 22nd Punjab Inftry. 

Jones, Charles Alfred 
Millingfton, Walter Samuel 

M. ; Jun. Carlton, Gresham, and New (Brighton) Clubs 

6 Cambridge Terrace, Regenfs Park, N, W. 
Datchet Cottage, Datchet 

Packer, Edward ; left 1877 

C. xi 1875-7 ; F. xii 1876 

Radford, Percival Charles ; left 1881 Ob. March 1885 

F. xii 1879-80 ; viii 1880 ; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. 

Radford, William Tucker Arundel; left 1878 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1897 Mary, d. of late Capt. Robert Baker, R.N., 
of Broom House, South Molton, Devon ; Patron of the living of Downe 
St. Mary, Devo.i ; New Oxford and Cambridge, and Devon and Exeter 
(Exeter) Clubs 

Barton House, Lapford, Devon 



io8 CHARLES MARTIN [1874-5 

Ross, Frederick Stewart 

Scott, John Henry Francis Kinnaird ; left 1875 

D.L. J.P. Selkirk ; Vice-Convener Selkirk County Council ; Carlton, 
Caledonian, New, and Scottish Conservative (Edinburgh) Clubs 

Gala House^ Galashiels^ N,B, 
Venables, William Douglas; left 1878 Ob. 1879 

Wade, Qustavus Roclifort ; left 1875 

C. xi 1875 

2 New Brighton^ Monkstown^ Dublin 

Woolner, Ernest Henry George; left 1875 

M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1885 ; Cur.* of St. Paul's, Brighton, 1885- 
1902 

The Rev. E» H. G. Woolner, 
2 Vicarage Gardens^ Brighton 



1875. 

Adams, Alfred ; left 1881 

Ent. Sch. 1875 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1878 ; James Sch. 1879 ; Worsley 
Prize 1880; Gold Medal 1880; S.P. 1881 ; C. xi 1880-1 ; F. xii 1880 ; 
Demy and M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Hist.) ; m. 
1892 Juliet Mary, 4 d. of Maj.-Gen. W. R. Farmar, D.S.O., of Bedford 
House, Southampton ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

162 Sutherland Avenue^ Maida Vale, W, 
J New Court, LincoMs Inn, IV. C. 

Andrews, Lawford; left 1880 

C. xi 1879-80 ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Rep. Oxf. in High Jump v. Camb. ; 
Barr. Inner Temple 

6 Linden Park, Tunbridge Wells 
Ansley, Jolin Henry; left 1879 

Served in S. African War 1899-1902; Maj. Loyal North Lanes Regt. ; 
Naval and Military Club 

Major J. H. Ansley, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 
cjo Messrs, Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 

Arkwri^lit, Herbert Robert Ob. 1898 

M. 1894 Evelyn Frances, d. of Col. C. E. Foster ; J.P. Northants (High 
Sheriff 1891) 



1875] CHARLES MARTIN 109 

Atherley, Philip Carteret Fall; left 1880 

M. 1897 Lily Meliora Marion, youngest d. of the late Lt.-Col. Urquhart 
Mosse, 17th Regt. ; Capt. The Sherwood Foresters ; Governor of H.M. 
Mil. Prison, Cork, from 1901 ; United Service Club 

Captain P. C. F. Atherley, 

The Governor's House ^ HM, Military Prison^ Cork 

Baker, Frederick Coombe; left 1879 

Cxi 1879; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.; 3rd CI. Hist); Home 
Civil Service from 1884 ; formerly of the Secretary's Office G.P.O. ; 
M.C.C. and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs 

Sparkeswood, Rolvenden^ Ashford, Kent 
Baskerville, Henry Joseph North; left 1878 
Brooks, John William; left 1876 

Burder, Charles Sydney; left 1877 Ob. June 1904 

Byass, Harry NichoU ; left 1882 

C. xi 1877-82 (capt.); F. xii 1880; P.; m. Isabella, d. of Jonkheer 
Van Citters, of The Hague; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 
(brev. Lt.-Col.) ; Maj. York and Lancaster Regt. ; Army and Navy Club 

Lieut-Colonel H. N. Byass, York and Lancaster Regiment, 
cjo Messrs, Cox &» Co,^ 16 Charing Cross^ S. IV. 

Byass, Sidney Hutchinson; left 1881 

C. xi 1878-81 ; F. xii 1879-80 ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1891 Eveline, 
d. of J. Locke Stratton, Esq., D.L., of Turweston, Brackley ; Manu- 
facturer ; J. P. Glamorgan ; Bath Club 

Glanogur^ Bridgend^ Glamorgan 

Caillard, Qeorg^e Stratton Esmond 

7 Harold Road, Upper Norwood, S.E, 

m 

Clairmonte, Ednowain Qeorgfe Batard; left 1877 

M. 1898 Beatrice Mary, d. of E. A. Turner, Esq., of Lightwater, 
Bagshot ; formerly West India Merchant 

North Moreton, Wallingford^ Berks 
Cooper, Henry Bickersteth ; left 1880 

Ent. Sch. 1875 ; Gibbs Sch. 1876 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1877 ; Worsley 
Prize 1877 and 1879 ; James Sch. 1878 ; Hist. Essav 1879 ; S.P. 1879 ; 
Sch. and M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (ist. CI. Mods. ; ist CI. Lit. Hum. ; 
Proxime Chancellor's Lat. Essay 1886) ; m. 1891 May, youngest d. of 
Edward Steward, Esq., of Saxlingham Hall, Norfolk ; late Fell, of Hert. 
Coll. Oxf. ; Tutor of Keble Coll. 

Keble College, Oxford 



no CHARLES MARTIN [1875 

Crawfurd, Proby Edward Payne ; left 1878 

Ent. Sch. 1875 ; served in Egyptian Campaign 1884-5 ; in S. African 
Campaign from March 1901 to the end of the War; late Maj. Royal 
Sussex Regt. ; ret. 1904 ; Estate Agent 

Major P. E. Payne Crawfurd, 

Ardmillan, East Grin steady Sussex 

Crosse, Reginald Stawell ; left 1879 

M. 1897 Catherine Anne, eld. d. of John Mothersdale, Esq., of South 
Molton, Devon ; Solicitor, Commissioner for Oaths, and Perpetual 
Commissioner ; Devonian Club 

I2J East Street, South Molton^ Devon 

6 Kenilivorth Road, Southsea 

Cunnyti^hame, Husfh Colin Robert; left 1878 

C. xi 1877-8 ; M.A. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1884 ; m. 1903 Frances 
Louisa Wynne, d. of the late Capt. Edward Lodder, R.N., of Edin- 
burgh ; Priest in charge of St. John Baptist's, Dundee, from 1904 ; 
Commissioner of Supply, Forfarshire 

The Rev. H. C. R. Cunnynghame, 
77 Erskine Terrace^ Dundee 

Dunning, Charles Herbert 

TTie Brewery^ Ranikhet, India 

Dunning, Harry Gordon Ob. 1895 

Served in Egyptian Campaign 1885, and present at actions of Sarras, 
Arguin, Toski ; D.S.O. (4th CI. Osmanieh) ; late Capt. Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers 

Eddis, Eden Bruce Powlis 

Ent. Sch. 1875 

Errin^ton, Frederick Francis 
Pent on, Francis Gregory; left 1880 

p. ; m. 1885 Margaret Elisabeth, 2 d. of Prof. Seaton Reid, of Qiieen*s 
Coll. Belfast ; Director of Public Companies ; Automobile de France 
and Sports (London) Clubs 

14 Regent Street^ W. 

5 Rue CrevauXy Avenue du Bois de Boulogne^ Paris 

Fenton, Samuel Geor^re; left 188 1 

viii (cox.) 1877-8 ; F. xii 1879 ; m. ist 1887 Annie Flora (ob. 1890), d. of 
Capt. H. Benson Stuart; 2nd 1892 Lillie J., d. of W. L. Finlay, Esq., 
J. P., of Belfast ; Linen Thread Manufacturer ; J. P. Co. Down; Ulster 
Reform Club (Belfast) 

Seapatrick House^ Banbridge^ Co, Down 



1875] CHARLES MARTIN in 

Fortescue, Hug^h Charles 

Late Maj. (Hon. Lt.-Col.) Oxfordshire L.I. Mil. ; Garrick Club 

Lieut. -Colonel H. C. Fortescue, 

7 Albert Mansions^ Northumberland Street^ W. 

Furse, John Henry Monsell; left 1877 

Trin. Coll. Oxf . ; m. 1886 Ethel (ob. 1887), 2 d. of late Rev. J. W. 
Dolignon, of Cockley Cley, Swaffham, Norfolk ; Sculptor ; Savile Club 

Netherhampton House^ near Salisbury 
Qaskell, Samuel William; left 1878 Ob. June 1899 

viii (cox) 1876 

Qillett, William Arthur; left 1877 Ob. 1900 

F. xii 1876 

Qray, Brenton Qerrish 

4. Inverness Gardens^ Kensington^ JV. 

Qrey, Douglas Charles Campbell Ob. Nov. 1901 

M. 1886 Alice Mary, d. of J. D. Galpin, Esq. ; Chief Engineer to Irish 
Board of Works 

Howell, Llewellyn; left 1879 

F. xii 1877-8 ; viii 1878 ; Sports Club 

7^ Cheyne Courts Chelsea^ S. W, 

Hubbard, Bernard Lucien 
Hulse, Hamilton John; left 1879 

Migrated to Harrow ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.) ; Barr. Inner Temple ; 
Priv. Sec. to the late Lord Randolph Churchill during the last five 
years of his life ; J.P. Hants ; Bachelors' auid Garrick Clubs 

J4 Dover Street^ JV, 

Sandle Manor^ Fordingbridge, Hants 

lonides, Alexander Constantine; left 1876 

M. 1887 Calliope, d. of the late Michael Zarifi, Esq. ; Member of Stock 
Exchange ; Burlington Fine Arts, Prince's, and Queen's Clubs 

J4 Porchester Terrace^ JV, 
lonides, Constantine Albert; left 1878 

M.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; m. 1894 Evelyn Capel, 4 d. 
of A. R. C. C. Arbuthnot, Esq., of Balnamoon, Brechin, N.B. ; Barr. 
Inner Temple ; Member of Stock Exchange ; Wellington, Oxford and 
Cambridge, Burlington Fine Arts (London), and New (Brighton) Clubs 

10 Second Avenue, Brighton 



112 CHARLES MARTIN [1875 

Madan, Frederick Martin 

The Ciose^ Lichfield 

Martin, Hug:h Alexander 

. B.N.C. Oxf.; Solicitor 

2 Derwent Roady Meads^ Eastbourne 

Milne, John Adam ; left 1878 

Heathcote Math. Sch. 1877 ; viii 1878 ; B.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; m. 1895 
Jessie Ellen, d. of late J. T. Jerrard, Esq. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

Ardmiddle House^ Turriff^ N,B, 
Morklll, John William; left 1880 

P. ; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; m. 1889 Hannah Shaw, 
5 d. of Peter Hobson, Esq., and niece and co-heiress of Sir James 
Falshaw, Bart. ; J.P. W. Rdg. Yorks ; New University Club 

Newfield Hally Bell Busk, Yorkshire 

Olivier, Charles Conybeare 

Prod^ers, Harold Augfustus; left 1878 Ob. Sept. 1879 

Sharpe, Wilfred Stanley 

Late 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons; Dist. Commr. Sierra Leone 1894-1904; 
served in Karen Expedit. (Sierra Leone) 1898-9 (ment. in desp. ; C.M.G.) ; 
Brit. Res. in Nigeria from 1904; Maj. Royal Irish Rifles Mil. 

Major W. S. Sharpe, C.M.G., 

Granville House^ Richmond^ Surrey 

Streatfeild, Oswald ; left 1878 

M. 1893 Hon. Geraldine Katherine, d. of Lord FitzGerald (Lord of 
Appeal) ; on Stock Exchange 

Wellington Club^ Grosvenor Flace, S, W, 
We^uelin, Thomas Douglas 
Westby, Francis Vandeleur; left 1876 

M. 1888 Janet L., 2 d. of Geo. Orme, Esq., of Castle Lacken, Co. Mayo ; 
D.L., J.P. Co. Clare (SherifE 1895), and J.P. Co. Dublin; Kildare St. 
(Dublin) Club 

Roebuck Castle, Dundrum, Co, Dublin 
KilballyoweUy Co, Clare 

Whitworth, George Lee; left 1880 

C. xi 1877-80 ; F. xii 1878-9 



I87S-6] CHARLES MARTIN 113 

Wi^an, Herbert; left 1881 

P. ; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1888 ; Chap. All Saints Sch., Bloxham, 
1 89 1 -9 ; Vic. of Dunsden from 1904 

The Rev. Herbert VVigan, 
Dunsden Vicarage^ Reading 



Wi^an, James Ramsay ; left 1878 

M. 1890 Beatrice, d. of the late Lt.-Col. Sir E. Y. W. Henderson, K.C.B., 
R.E., Chief Commissioner Metropolitan Police 1867-86 ; served in Eastern 
Soudan 1885, and was present at engagements at Hasheen, Tofrek, and 
Tamai ; with Egyptian Frontier Field Force 1885-6, including engage- 
ment at Giniss (wounded) ; late Capt. R. Berks Regt. ; ret. 1902 ; Ofi&cer 
Clerk, War Office, from 1903 

Captain J. R. Wigan, 

68 Victoria Street^ Westminster^ S. JV. 
Hunstanton Lodge^ Downe^ Kent 



Yarde-Buller, Hon. Qeoffry 

M. 1892, Olegaria Venancia, d. of Don Florenzio Alvarez, of Elstancia 
Juato, Feliceano, S. America 

Puerto Pacheco^ Entre Rios^ Argentine Republic 



1876, 



Anning:, Walter; left 1881 Ob. 1885 

viii 1880 



Bag:ot, Harry Kichard Reginald; left 1878 

C. xi 187O-7 ; F. xii 1877 ; m. 1890 Frances Anna Mary, only d. of late 
W. W. Bagot, Esq., of Pype Hayes, Erdington, Warwickshire ; Boodle's 
and Raleigh Clubs 

Chambers Courts Tewkesbury 



Balllie- Hamilton, Hon. Henry Robert ; left 1878 

F. xii 1877 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; late Coldstream Guards ; ret. 1901 ; 
Capt. Res. of Officers ; J. P. Berwickshire and Cheshire ; Guards^, 
Wellington, and Scottish Conservative Clubs 

Captain the Hon. H. R. Arden-Baillie-Hamilton, 
Arderne Hall, Tarporley, Cheshire 

Q 



114 CHARLES MARTIN [1876 

Baker, James Bernard ; left 1879 

Ent. Sch. 1876 ; M.A. Non-Coil. Stud. Oxf. (Goldsmith's Exhib. (ist 1884) ; 
1st CI. Class. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; O.U.B.C. Trial viii 1885 ; 
m. 1894 Margaret Alice, 3 d. of the late H. M. Richardson, Esq., of 
Ardsley, Yorks. ; Junior Proctor 1897-8 ; Tutor to Non-Coil. Students, 
Oxf., Junior 1891-1900, Senior from 1900 

16 Crick Roady Oxford 

The Dunes, Ynyslas^ Borih, R.S.C^ Cardiganshire 

Baker, Walter Qeor^re; left 1880 Ob. Au.i(. 1889 

Cxi 1879-80; Univ. Coll. Oxf. 1880-2; Univ. Candidate, R.M.C. Sand- 
hurst ; Lieut, ist Welsh Regt. (41st) ; Staff Lieut, Assist, to Provost- 
Marshal in Egypt ; died of fever at Cairo 

Binstead, Charles Herbert; left 1879 

viii 1878 ; iv 1879 ; M.A. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1887 ; Vic. of Breinton 
from 1897 

The Rev. C. H. Binstead, 
Breinton Vicarage, Hereford 

Bristowe, Bertram Arthur; left 1882 

C. xi 1881-2 ; F. 3ci 1881 ; P. ; m. 1898 Mary Rosa, d. of the late J. B. 
Johnston, Esq.. of Tudor House, Champion Hill, S.E. ; Stockbroker ; 
Sports Club 

Warnford Court, E,C, 

The Cottage, Stoke DA demon, Cobham^ Surrey 

Cholmondeley, Henry Reginald; left 1880 

Hist. Essay 1880 ; m. 1903 Cordelia Mercy, d. of the late Col. J. 
Cross Ormrod, of Wyresdale Park, Garstang ; served in Burma 1887-9 
(ment. in desp.) ; in S. African War 1899- 1902 in Brabant's Horse ; 
D.S.O. ; late Capt. Cheshire Regt. ; ret. 1895 

Captain H. R. Cholmondeley, D.S.O., 
The Priory, Iffley, Oxford 

Clarke, Edward Ashley Walrond ; left 1879 

In Foreign Office ; Athenaeum Club 
Foreign Office, S. W, 

Cobb, Rhodes Martyn 

Surbiton Lodge, Kingston-on-Thames 

Cradock-Hartopp, Alick William; left 1878 

Magd. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1888 Janet Susan Webbe, 6 d. of late Maj. 
J. W. G. Spicer, of Spye Park, Wilts ; Land Agent ; Agent to the Duke 
of Somerset, Wilts and Somerset Estates ; White's and Bachelors* Clubs 

Maiden Bradley, Wilts 



1876] CHARLES MARTIN 115 

Elkin^ton, Gilbert Robert Ob. July 1882 

Migrated to Harrow 

Blking:ton, William Howard ; left 1878 Ob. 

C. xi 1878 ; F. xii 1878 

Everett, Edwin Hanmer Ob. 

H.O. 

Fowler, John Eddison ; left 1879 

F. xii 1878 ; iv 1879 

Gordon House^ Ham Common^ Surrey 
Qibson, John Grant; left 1881 

Hist. Essay 1881 ; viii 1878 and 1880 ; iv 1879 ; F. xii 1879-80 ; P. ; Barr. 
Middle Temple 

Gray, Robert Stannus 

Ent. Sch. 1876 

Gray, William Frederick; left 1879 

4 Inverness Gardens^ Kensington^ W, 

Gunning, Henry William Maude; left 1884 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1889 ; Rec. of Abington from 1900 

The Rev. H. W. M. Gunning, 
Abington Rectory ^ Northampton 

Harvey, Herbert Feilden Ob. 

Hay, Hon. Claude George Drummond; left 1878 

Memb. Royal Co. of Archers (H.M. Royal Body Guard in Scotland) ; 
Director Fine Art and General Insurance Co. ; partner in Ransford and 
Co., Stockbrokers; J. P. Co. London ; M.P. (C.) for Hoxton from 1900: 
Carlton, Travellers', Turf, and St. James's Clubs 

The Hon. C. G. Drummond Hay, M.P., 

5 Connaught Square^ Hyde Park^ W. 

Hotchkis, Henry John; left 1882 

F. xi 1 881 ; Cattle-ranching in Texas, U.S.A. 

Fontarfrdn^ Brecon^ South Wales 



ii6 CHARLES MARTIN [1876 

Kins:, Alexander James; left 1881 

iv and yiii 188 1 ; served in Egyptian Army (Camel Corps) Dongola 
Expedit. 1896 (ment. in desp. ; 4th CI. Medjidie) ; Nile Expedits. 1897 
and 1898, including battles of the Atbara and Khartoum (twice ment. 
in desp. ; brev. of Maj.) ; served in S. African War 1899-1902, including 
siege of Ladysmith ; as A.D.C. to Gen. Sir Archibald Hunter, K.C.B., 
D.S.O. ; as D.A.A.Ci., loth Div. ; and commd. Kimberley Mtd. Corps in 
relief of Mafeking (three times ment. in desp. ; D.S.O.) ; Maj. The 
King's Own (R. Lancaster) Regt. ; Naval and Military and Hurling- 
ham Clubs 

Major A. J. King, D.S.O., The King's Own, 

c\o Messrs. Cox &^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, JV. 
Bulford Manor, near Salisbury 



Kins:, William Wickham ; left 1879 

M. 1901 Beatrice Mary, d. of the late G. Priestley Marten, Esq. ; Solicitor ; 
Alpine Club 

Hagky, near Stourbridge 



Lane, Sidney Ernald Ralph; left 1877 

B.A., B.N.C. Oxf . ; played Golf for Oxford v. Cambridge 1883-4; Barr. 
Inner Temple ; Member of Stock Exchange ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. (Mil.) 
Yorkshire Regt. ; Bachelors' and Arthur's Clubs 

16 Pont Street, S, W, 

Manor House, Great Addington, Thrapston, Northamp- 
tonshire 



Maclasfan, Cyril David Dalrymple; left 1878 

C. xi 1877-8 

Bishopthorpe, York 
Laccafinna, Cong, Co, Mayo 



Malleson, Godfrey Andrew Ken; left 188c 

Ent. Sch. 1876 ; Gibbs Sch. 1878 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1879 ; viii 1880 ; 
S.P. 1880; Exhib. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1897 Beatrice, 2 d. of Charles 
Wood, Esq., late legal adviser to the Board of Agriculture 

52 Crescent Road, South Nonvood Park, S,E. 



Nicholl, Arthur Edward ; left 1879 

Assoc. Memb. Inst. C.E. 

Institute of Civil Engineers, Westminster, S. W. 

Philips, Leisrh Tempest Ob. 



1876] CHARLES MARTIN 117 

Pott, Alfred Percivall ; left 1881 

M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Camb. Univ. Trial viii 1883-4 ; H.O. 1886 ; m. 
1893 Edith Laura, eld. d. of Sir Frederick L. Cook (2nd) Bart. ; Dom. 
Chap, and Sec. to Bp. (Walsham-How) of Wakefield 1888-90 ; Rec. of 
Newington, Wallingford, 1893-9 ; Vic. of Thursley from 1901 

The Rev. A. P. Pott, 

Thursley Vicarage^ Godalming, Surrey 

Roberts, Edward Ussher ; left 1880 

F. xii 1879 ; m. 1894 Elizabeth, d. of Rt. Hon. H. Bruen, of Oak Park, 
Carlow ; Land Agent ; Fellow of Surveyors' Institute ; and Receiver 
under private landed Estate Court ; J.P. Co. Longford (Sheriff 1900) ; 
R. St. George's Yacht Club 

E. USSHER-ROBERTS, Esq., 

BallyoiveHy Lucan, Co. Dublin 
Spurlins:, Alan ; left T879 

M. 1886 Constance Amy, d. of L. J. Menett, Esq., of Romsey, Hants 
Verona, Combermere Road, St, Leonards-on-Sea 

Spurling, Stephen John; left 1879 

Played Assoc. Football for several years for Surrey and London ; m. 1891 
Annie Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Billington, Esq. ; on the Stock Exchange 

Endsleigh Gardens, Surbiton 
5utton, Alexander Qeorsfe Ob. July 1893 

M. 1885 Eugenia Kathleen, d. of T. R. Merry, Esq. 

Swain, William Paul Ob. 

Wade, Charles Stewart Dousflas 

M.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; m. 1893 Ethel Lofft, 4 d. of late Rev. Dr. Hubert 
Ashton Holden 

The Grove, Saffron Walden, Essex 

Yarde, John Edward Whidborne ; left 1878 

Sevenoaks, Kent 

Yarde-Buller, Hon. Henry; left 1879 

M. 1902 Adelaide Maud Sophia, d. of Lt.-Col. Charles Meeking, 
of Richings Park, Colnbrook ; served in Waziristan Expedit. 1894-5 ; 
Nile Expedit. 1898, including battle of Khartoum ; S. African War 
1899- 1902 ; on the staff, and was present at the actions at Colenso, 
Spion Kop, Vaal Kranz, Tugela Heights, and Pieter's Hill ; operations 
in Natal (March to June 1900), including action at Laings Nek ; also 
operations in Eastern Transvaal Quly to Nov. 1900), including actions at 
Belfast and Lydenberg (ment. in desp., D.S.O.) ; Maj. Rifle Brigade ; 
Naval and Military and White's Clubs 

Major the Hon. H. Yarde-Buller, D.S.O., Rifle Brigade, 
cjo Messrs. Cox &> Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 



ii8 CHARLES MARTIN [1877 

1877. 

Anderson, Maurice Robert 

Andrews, Walter Hermann ; left 1883 

C. xi 1880-3 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1882 ; played cricket for Co. of Sussex ; served 
in S. African War 1899- 1902 with Imp. Yeom. 

6 Neville Park^ Tunbridge Wells 
Bainbridge, Percy Asrnew Ob. 

Baker, George Henry; left 1882 

Ent. Sch. 1877-8; Gibbs Sch. 1879; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1S80; James 
Sch. 1881 ; C. xi 1880-2 ; F. xi 1881 ; S.P. 1881 ; Exhib. and M.A. 
C.C.C. Oxf. ; M.C.C. and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs 

Cottesmore^ Brighton 
Sparkeswood^ Rolvenden^ Kent 

Besant, Henry Edgar Robert 

26 Sherborne Gardens^ West Ealing^ W. 

Bradshaw, John ; left i88t 

C. xi 1 880- 1 ; P. ; m. 1889 Mary Kathleen, 2 d. of E. C. Walker, Esq., of 
Enfield ; Brewer 

The Brewery f Limehouse, E. 
Bristowe, Royle Frederick ; left 18.82 

C. xi 1880-2 ; Member of Stock Exchange ; Conservative and Garrick 
Clubs 

j6 Courtfield Gardens^ S. W, 
Barton Mills^ Mildenhall^ Suffolk 

Chapman, Frederick Hamilton ; left 1881 

viii 1880 ; P. ; m. 1894 Violet Campbell, eld. d. of Capt. P. Campbell 
Johnstone, R.N., of Bodmin ; served on N.W. Frontier of India 1897-8, 
with Tirah Expedy. Force ; in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp. ; 
Brev. Lt.-Col.) ; Maj. (2nd in commd.) 2nd Batt Duke of Cornwall's 
Lt. Infty. ; Jun. United Service Club 

Lieut. -Colonel F. H. Chapman, D.C.L.I., 

c\o Messrs, Cox <5r» Cc?., 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 

Clerki Duncan Edward 



iS77] CHARLES MARTIN £19 

Cooper, Leonard ; left 1884 

C. xi 1882-4 ; F. xi 1882-3 ; P. ; M.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; 
Capt. O.U.A.F. Team 1887 ; m. 1896 Agnes Helena, 2 d. of J. B. Fraser, 
Esq., of Horsforth, near Leeds ; Iron Merchant 

Central Bank Chambers^ Leeds 
Crane, James Edward; left 1882 

F. xi 1880-1 (Capt.) ; viii 1882 ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1889 Mary Estella, 
d. of late Rev. Canon Nash 

Soutliover House^ Tolpuddle^ Dorchester 
Duff-Gordon, Cosmo Edmund: left 1879 

M. 1900 Lucy Christiana, eld. d. of late Douglas Sutherland, Esq. ; D.L., 
J.P. Kincardineshire ; succeeded his cousin as 5th Bart. 1896; Travellers' 
Club 

Sir C. E. Duff-Gordon, Bart., 
13 Hobart Place, S. W, 
Maryculter, N,B, 

Gandy, John Garnett; left 1879 

Solicitor ; Isthmian and Inglewood (Penrith) Clubs 
Skirsgill Park, Penrith 

Gordon, George; left 1881 

Ent. Sch. 1877 ; Gibbs Sch. 1877 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1878 ; James Sch. 
1880 ; M.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; 8th in Ind. C.S. Competn. 
1882 ; m. 1900 Violet Mary Rind, eld. d. of Col. A. D. McArthur, R.E. ; 
District and Sessions Judge, Bengal from 1896 

Saran, Bengal 
Fromefield House, Frome 

Grey, Egerton Spencer ; left 1879 

Served in Methuen's Horse with Bechuanaland Field Force 1884-5 ; m. 
1890 Ethel Harriett, d. of Sir Frederick Wigan (ist) Bart., of Clare Lawn, 
East Sheen ; Barr. Inner Temple ; in Civil Service ; Official Receiver in 
Bankruptcy (High Court) 

The White House, Cobham, Surrey 
Griffith, Edward Claude; left 1879 

M. 1894 Elisabeth Gertrude, d. of Rev. Robert Poole, sometime Rector of 
Rainton, Durham ; Home C.S., Surveyor's Branch, G.P.O. 

10 Milverton Terrace, Leamington 

Grove, Thomas Hele Hook 

Matajanal,Ensenada de Todos Santos, Lower California, 
Mexico 



I20 CHARLES MARTIN [1877 

Herringham, John Philip; left 1882 

F. xi 1881 ; P. ; B.A. Pemb. Coll. Camb. ; Primrose Club 
8g Lambeth Palace Road^ S.E, 

Hill, Norman Gerard ; left 1882 

M. 1900 Marguerite Grace, d. of A. Gammell Jacobs, Esq., of Blackheath ; 
Merchant 

Museum Chambers^ Bloomsbury^ W,C, 
Oak Cottage^ Chislehurst, Kent 

Hopgood, John Edgar Ob. 

Marshall, Ernest William; left 1880 * 

V. xii 1878-80 (Capt.) ; viii 1880 ; P. ; m. 1894 Amy Florence, only d. of 
R. Jones-Bateman, Esq., of Otterbourne Grange, Eastleigh, Hants; 
Clerk in Government Office 

ji Lexham Gardens^ Kensington, W. 
Orlebar, Beauchamp Orlando Chichele ; left 1879 

Ent. Sch. 1877 

Hinwick Lodge, Wellingborough 

Payne, Henry Alfred Handley ; left 1879 

Ent. Sch. 1877 ; m. 1887 Ethel Louise, d. of W. C. B. Annesley, Esq., of 
Hartland House, Richmond, Surrey ; Solicitor and Notary Public ; J.P. 
Bombay 

c\o Messrs, Payne cr» Co., Bombay 

8^ Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, S, W. 

Pierrepont, Hon. Henry Sidney Ob. March 1882 

Portal, Henry Raymond ; left 1882 Ob. 1886 

Lieut. Gloucester Regt. ; died in India 

Pretyman, Ernest William Sheffield Ob. Oct. 1884 

2nd Lieut. King's Royal Riile Corps ; died at Ferozepore, India 

Ramsay, Edward Dry den ; left 1879 Ob. 

Migrated to Wellington Coll. 

Roper, Freeman ; left 1881 

F. xii 1879-80; P.; M.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Hist.); 2nd CI. 
Solicitors' Law Final 1888 ; m. 1898 Elizabeth Harriot, only d. of late 
G. W. Yates FitzCierald, Esq., of Maperton House, Wincanton ; Oxford 
and Cambridge Club 

Bovey House, Beer, Axminster^ Devon 



i877] CHARLES MARTIN 121 

Sanford, Henry Seymour John Ayshford ; left 1879 

Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Jesus Coll. viii 1885-6 (head of river) ; Camb. Univ. 
Trial viii 1886 ; won Grand Challenge Henley 1885 ; m. 1897 Rita 
Edith Greaves, 3 d. of Edgar Flower, Esq., of Middle Hill, Broadway, 
Worcs. ; farming ; Isthmian Club 

The Courty Broadway^ Worcestershire. 
Smyth, Arthur Nugent; left 1882 

M. (i) 1891 Ethel (ob. 1892), eld. d. of late Thos. Hague Cook, Esq., of 
Hall Croft, Mirfield ; (2) 1894 Evelyn, youngest d. of late Col. Wilkin- 
son, of Cottingham, Yorks 

Sicklinghall Grange^ Wetherby, Yorks 
Sneyd, Ralph 

Magd. Coll. Camb. ; m. .1885 Mary, eld. d. of Maj.-Gen. Sir Arthur Ellis, 
G.C.V.O., C.S.I., I.S.O. ; D.L., J.P. Staffordshire (Sheriff 1892) ; Maj. 
(and Hon. Lt.-Col.) Staffs. Yeom. 

y4 Cadogan Square^ S. W, 

Keele Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme 

Stanier, Ernest ; left 1883 

viii 1880-2-3 (Capt.) ; iv 1881 ; F. xii 1880-2 (Capt.) ; P. ; m. 1892 Alice 
Maud Isoline, 2 d. of Maj.-Gen. W. D. Carey, late R.A., of Drumblade, 
Southampton ; Lloyd's 

Elmhursty Spring Grove ^ Isleworth 
Streatfeild, Eric; left 1881 Ob. 1902 

F. xi 1 880- 1 ; iv 1881 ; P. ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in 
desp. ; D.S.O.) ; late Capt. Gordon Highlanders ; died from effects of 
privations undergone during the siege of Ladysmith 

Wickham, Richard Joachim ; left 1878 

C. xi 1877-8 ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 in Brabant's Horse 
Sutton Scotney, Hants 

Wood, Francis Henry Armstrong; left 1882 

F. xi 1881 

Woodhouse, Edward Gardine; left 1879 

C. xi 1879 

Worsley, Predericic Stanhope 

Migrated to Wellington ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Electrical Engineer 
iig Church Lane^ Charlton^ Kent 

R 



122 CHARLES MARTIN [1878 



1878. 
Bagot, Cecil Villiers ; left 1883 

Ent. Sch. 1878 ; Gibbs Sch. 1880; Heathcote Class, and Math. Sch. 1881 ; 
James Sch. 1882; Gold Medal 1883; P.; Sch. and M.A. Pemb. Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; m. 1903 Ethel, younger d. 
of Jesse Garratt, Esq., of Meopham, Kent ; Solicitor 

68 York Mansions^ Battersea Park, S. IV, 
Birley, Thomas Howard ; left 1883 

P.; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; H.O. 1888; Vic. of St. Thomas', Oxford, from 
1896 

The Rev. T. H. Birley, 

St. Thomas^ Vicarage^ Oxford 

Craven, Hugh Bertie ; left 1884 

iv(cox.) 1879; viii (cox.) 1880; F. xi 1882-3; S.P. 1884; M.A. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; m. 1899 Mildred L. L., elder d. of Capt. T. C. Douglas Whitmore, 
of Orsett Hall, Essex ; Boodle's Club 

Chaddesden Moor, Derby 

Cundy, Charles Edward; left 1881 Ob. July 1894 

Qillett, George Edward; left 1881 

Hdrefieldj Bittern, Southampton 

GIossop, Walter Herbert Newland ; left 1883 

F. xi 1882 ; P. ; served in Hazara Expedit. 1888 ; Capt. Suffolk Regt. ; 
Army and Navy Club 

Captain W. H. N. Glossop, SufToik Regiment, 
cjo Messrs, Cox cr» Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W. 

Hacon, Harold Edward ; left 1884 

Worton Grove, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire 

Hampson, Edward James ; left 1880 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1887 ; m. 1887 Aim<5e Grattan, d. of Rev. N. 
Grattan Whitestone, late Vicar of Forest Side, Stansted ; Cur. of Holy 
Trinity, Folkestone, from 1889 

The Rev. E. J. Hampson, 

p Westbourne Gardens, Folkestone 

Harrison, Fryer 



1878-9 J CHARLES MARTIN 123 



McAdam, Alexander Frederick Ob. 1901 

M. 1886 Charlotte Tilke, d. of late Chas. Mills, Esq., of Great Saxham, 
Suffolk, and widow of Capt. H. F. G. Coleman, of Evington Hall, 
Leicestershire 

McGarel-llos:^:, Dudley Stuart 

Succeeded his brother as 3rd Baron 1903 
The Lord Magheramorne, 

Magheramorne^ S, O.y Co, Antrim 

Peel, Charles William 
Pinckney, George; left 1882 

viii 1880, '82 ; iv 1881 ; F. xii 1880-1 ; P. ; Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1893 Edith 
Howard, d. of Charles G. Tripp, Esq., of Osari Gorge, Canterbury, 
New Zealand ; sheep farming 

Waikaia^ South Island^ New Zealand 
Milford Hill House, Salisbury 

Ryder, William Charles; left 1883 

viii 1883 ; P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Vaillant, Wilfrid Bernard; left 1883 

P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1891 ; Cur. of Ch. Ch, Oxf. Miss., Poplar 
from 1 89 1 

The Rev. W. B. Vaillant, 

12 Howard Street^ Poplar^ E, 
St, Cross, Weybridge, Surrey 

Yarde-Buller, Hon. Reginald John; left 1883 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1889 ; Rec. of Thurlestone, Devon, 1895-7 i 
Vic. of Haresfield 1899-1902 ; Warden of Navy House, Chatham, 
from 1902 

The Rev. the Hon. R. J. Yarde-Buller, 
Navy House, Chatham 

Yatman, William; left 1882 



1879. 

Adams, William Dacres; left 1882 

viii 1882 ; Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1899 Regina, d. of Rev. E. C. Houghton, of 
New York, U.S. A. ; Artist 

Dorchester, Wallingford, Berks 



124 CHARLES MARTIN [1879 

Arkwright, Julius ; left 1883 

Land Agent 

Barrow, Arthur Robert Maclean ; left 1882 

Mechanical Engineer 

Brook, Edward Jonas; left 1884 

Hoddom Castle^ Ecclefechan^ N,B, 

Cook, Thomas Reginald Hague; left 1885 

F. xi 1883-4 i S.P. 1884 ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1893 Sarah Taylor, eld. 
d. of late Sir George Elliott (2nd) Bart., M.P., of Scruton Hall, Bedale ; 
J.P. North Riding Yorks. ; Boodle's, White's, and R. Yacht Squadron 
Clubs 

MouUon Hall, Middleton-Tyas R,S.O,y Yorkshire 
Cooper, Reginald Harry Theodore; left 1884 

viii 1884 ; P. 

Errington, Wilfrid John ; left 1880 Ob. 

Fife, Herbert Legard ; left 1882 

C. xi 1881-2 ; m. 1897 Florence Josephine, 4d. of H. J. Toulmin, Esq., of 
The Pre, St. Alban's ; Land Agent, Raby Estates ; J.P. Co. Durham 

Staindrop House, Darlington 
Freer, Arthur Savile Beresford ; left 1884 

Hist. Essay 1884; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. Mod. Hist.); m. 1891 
Beatrice Emily, d. of Rev. Robert Bruce, D.D., of Little Dean Rectory, 
Gloucestershire ; H.O. 1890 ; Vic. of Gussage All Saints from 1901 

The Rev. A. S. B. Freer, 

Gussage All Saints Vicarage, Salisbury 

Gibbons, Benjamin Charles Pilling; left 1879 

24 Great Wimhester Street, E. C. 

Gill, William Preston; left 1883 

viii (cox.) 1882-3 

Woodheys Hall, Ashton-upon-Mersey 

Gresley, Charles Vincent ; left 1884 

viii 1883-4 ; M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1895 ; Cur. of Wincobank 
1898-1900; of Tidenham 1900-4 

The Rev. C. V. Gresley, 

Belmont, Kington, Herefordshire 



i879] CHARLES MARTIN 125 

Harding, Robert Qustavus ; left 1884 

viii 1883-4 

Trouville-sur-Mer^ Calvados^ France 

Hope, Arthur Seymour; left 1881 

Johnstone, Charles Edward; left 1883 

Ent. Sch. 1879 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1881 ; S.P. 1883 ; B.A. Keblc Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Schoolmaster 

Hotel Chapman^ Florence^ Italy 
King, Frederick Herbert ; left 1882 

Solicitor 

62 London Wall, E. C. 

77 South Park Hill, Croydon 

King, Henry Charles; left 1883 

M. 1896 Edith, d. of the late William J. Turney, Esq., of Stourbridge ; 
Fire-brick Manufacturer 

The Croft, Oldswinford, Stourbridge 
Parker, Alan Montague; left 1882 Ob. May 1900 

Solicitor ; married, and died in Canada 

Spyers, Thomas George; left 1885 

Ent. Sch. 1879; Gibbs Sch. 1881 ; P.; Demy and B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. 
(2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum. ; proxime accessit Chancellor's 
Eng. Essay); Barr. Inner Temple 

J New Court, Lincoln^ s Inn, W, C, 

The White House, Craneswater Park, Southsea 



I 



126 [1880 



REV. ROBERT JAMES WILSON, M.A. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1880. 



1880. 

Barber, George Edward ; left t888 

Ent. Sch. 1883 ; Gibbs Sch. 1885 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1886 ; James Sch. 
1887 ; Worsley Prize 1887 ; P. ; Sch. and B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. (2nd 
CI. Mods. ; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1893 ; Cur. of St. James*, Hamp- 
stead Road, from 1893 i ^^^o Cur. of Monks Risboro' 1898-9, and English 
Cur. at Torrerito, Italy, 1899- 1902 

The Rev. G. E. Barber, 

10 Harrington Street^ Hampstead Ready N, W, 

Beale, Arthur Richard ; left 1885 

The Cottage, Bucknell, Shropshire 

Benson, Alfred Hugh; left 1883 

Bristol Med. Sch. 1883-7 ; Pathol. Prize ; M.R.C.S. ; M.R.C.P. ; Surgeon 
^g Broad Street, Bristol 

Best, John Draper ; left 1883 

Manor House, Abb^tfs Ann, Andover, Hants 

Brook, Charles; left 1885 

F. xi 1883-4; ^^* 1^92 Mabel Frances, d. of William Brook, Esq., of 
Healey House, Meltham, Huddersfield ; served in S. African War 1899- 
1902 with Imp. Yeom. (merit, in desp.) ; Maj. Yorkshire Dragoons I.Y. ; 
Manufacturer ; Jun. Carltojn, Cavalry, and Yorkshire (York) Clubs 

Dunker Roods, Meltham, Huddersfield 
Kinmount House, Dumfriesshire, N.B, 

Cooke, George Hay; left 1884 

Ent. Sch. 1880; Gibbs Sch. 1881 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1882 ; M.A. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; Schoolmaster in Queensland 

Beckley Grove, Oxfgrd 



i88o] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 127 

Crichton, Alan Henry ; left 1884 

C. xi ^883 ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Bryn Mawr^ Kelowna, British Columbia 

Crichton, William Llewelyn ; left 1885 

F. xi 1884 ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1890 ; Vic. of Bayford from 1902 
The Rev. W. L. Crichton, . 
Bayford Vicarage^ Hertford 

Duff-Qordon, Henry William; left 1884 

M. 1891 Maud Emily, d. of late H. Hammersley, Esq. 
Weston Manor^ Stevenage^ Herts 

Duf field, Qeorsre Francis; left 1885 

viii 1885 

Marchatn^ Abingdon^ Berks 
Duffleld, Percy Thomas ; left 1884 

Served in S. African War 1889-1902 with Imp. Yeom. ; Land Agent 
Marcham^ Abingdon^ Berks 

Egerton, Arthur Frederick; left 1883 

viii 1882-3 ; F. xi 1882 ; served in Nile Expedit. 1898 ; present at the battles 
of the Atbara and Khartoum ; in S. African War 1899- 1902 (D.S.O.) ; 
late Capt. Cameron Highlanders ; Naval and Military Club 

Captain A. F. Egerton, D.S.O., late Cameron Highlanders, 
c\o Messrs, Holt 6- Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S, W. 

Ellison, Henry Blomfieid ; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1880; James Sch. 1885 ; C. xi 1886; P.; Sch. and M.A. Pemb. 
Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum ) ; M.A. Cape of Good 
Hope University 1904; H.O. 1897; Assist. Chap. S. African Church 
Railway Mission from 1901 

The Rev. H. B. Ellison, 

4 Library Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal 
Kingsbury Lodge, St. Albans, Herts 

Pfoulkes, Charles John ; left 1882 

Pfoulkes, Edmund Andrew; left 1882 

4 City Road, Winchester 

Forbes, John Walter; left 1882 

J.P. Aberdeenshire ; Jun. Constitutional Club 

Corse, Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire 



123 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1880 

Porwood, Reginald; left 1883 

M. 1892 Ida May, only d. of William E. Roberts, Esq., of Paris, Texas, 
U.S.A. ; Pres. Transcontinental Compress Co. of Paris, Texas, U.S.A. ; 
Lamar Club, Paris, Texas, U.S.A. 

DeviVs Eyebrow Ranch^ Benton Co., Arkansas^ U.S. A. 
cjo Sir W. B. Forwood^ Bromborough Hall, Cheshire 

Qlyn, Geoffrey Carr ; left 1882 

Hist. Essay 1882; F. xi 1881-2 ; viii 1882; S.P. 1882; m. 1889 Hon. 
Winifred, 6 d. of 5th Lord Suffield ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 
with Imp. Yeom. (D.S.O.) ; Capt. N. Somerset Yeom. ; Priv. Sec. to 
Lieut. -Governor, Transvaal, from 1903 ; White's Club 

Captain G. C. Glyn, D.S.O., 

Government House, Johannesburg, Transvaal 

Holden, Henry Vincent; left 1884 

Hoiden, Thomas; left 1882 

Lechmere, Edmund Arthur; left 1883 

M. (i) 1885 Alice (ob. 1896), d. of E. Samuels, Esq., of Canterbury, N.Z. ; 
(2) 1897 Katharine, youngest d. of late E. Pay ton Wright, Esq. ; D.L., 
J.P. Worcestershire ; succeeded his father as 4th Bart. 1894 

Sir Edmund A. Lechmere, Bart, 

^hy7d Court, \ ^''''^'^ ^'"^^'' Worcester 
North, Lowry William ; left 1884 

F. xi 1881-3 (Capt.) ; viii 1882-4 (Capt.) ; P. ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; 
C.U.A.F. Team 1888 

Dartmoor, Puketapu, Napier, New Zealand 

cjo Sir Ford North, y6 Queensborough Terrace, W. 

Ogle, Edward Alban ; left 1883 

Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Assayer of Mines in New Zealand 1897- 1904 
g6 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W, 

Otter, Francis Liddeil ; left 1883 

viii 1882 ; rowed for Thames R.C. at Henley 1889-91 ; Stockbroker ; Junr. 
Constitutional Club 

^ Collingham Place, Cromwell Road, S. W, 
Cowley, Middlesex 

Peel, Robert; left 1884 

Late Capt. Manchester Mil. 

Hard Point, Nenagh, Co, Tipperary 



i88o] ROBERT JAMRS WILSON 129 

Roberts, George Edmund ; left 1882 

B.A. Merton Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1896, Esther, 3 d. of late Robert Johnstone, 
Esq., of Annandale, N.B. ; Ban. Inner Temple ; adopted addtl. surname 
of Counsell 1897 

G. E. CouNSELL-RoBERTS, Esq., 

5 Kin^s Bench Walk, Temple, E. C, 
T^newydd, Llanfadog, Anglesea, North Walts 



Roper, William Francis; left 1885 

F. xi 1883-4 ; m. 1893 Adelaide Louisa, 4 d. of the late Alexander Brown, 
Esq., of Edinburgh ; Hide Broker ; City and Sports Clubs 

€\o Messrs. Dyster, Nalder &* Co.,6 Crosby Square, E. C, 
Coombe Leigh, Kingston Hill, Surrey 



Stocic, Osmund ; left 1884 

viii 1883-4 ; M-A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1888 ; Vic. of St. Mary's, Blyth, 
from 1897 

The Rev. Osmund Stock, 

St. Mary's Vicarage, Blyth, Northumberland 



Stone, William Percy; left 1883 

Solicitor 



Thompson^ Cliarles Howard; left 18S4 Ob. 

P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1889 ; late Cur. of St. Clement's, Bourne- 
mouth 



Wallis, Tliomas Wallis ; left 1885 

M. 1899 Isabella Sarah, 3 d. of William Marshall, Esq., of Sunderland; 
Shipowner (Messrs. Pickering, Wallis &• Co., of Quayside, Newcastle ; 
Union Club (Newcastle) 

7 Portland Terrace, Jesmond, Newcas tie-on- Tyne 

Wallis, William Wallis ; left 1883 

Old Ridley, Stocksfield, Northumberland 



Williams, Hugh Howard ; left 1884 

Hist. Essay 1883 ; Fell Exhibit, and M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Theol.) ; 
H.O. i8go; Vic. of Crowhurst from 1893 ; Royal Societies' Club 

The Rev. H. H. Williams, 

Crowhurst Vicarage, Lingfield, Surrey 



130 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [i 880-1 

Wilson, William Hawkins; left 1884 

iv (cox.) 1881 ; Science Sch., M.A. and M.B. Keble Coll. Oxf. (ist CI. 
Honour School of Physiology ; Radcliffe Travelling Fellow 1891) ; 
Sch. St. George's Hospital ; m. 1897 Kate Hamilton, d. of J. H. Naylor, 
Esq., C.S.I., J.P. ; Prof, of Physiology, Egyptian Govt. School of 
Medicine ; 4th CI. Osmanieh ; Turf Club (Cairo) 

Matarieh^ near Cairo, ^SyP^ 

cjof, C. Wilson, Esq,, D,C,L,yShelwood House, Oxford 

Wood, Lancelot John 5.; left 1885 

Ent. Sch. 1880 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1882 ; Worsley Prize 1882 ; James 
Sch. 1883 ; F. xi 1884 ; m. 



1881. 

Adamson, Hugh Kilgour ; left 1882 

Ainslie, Percival ; left i Z%i Ob. 

Anning, William ; left 1884 
M. 1897 

jp Lime Street, E. C. 
Brockham Green, Surrey 

Barker, Montague Merton; left 1885 

C. xi 1883-5 ; F. xi 1883-5 ; P. 

Mulberry Cottage, Ewell, Surrey 

Bristowe, Frank Syer ; left 1885 

M. 1895 Emily Constance, d. of R. H. Bristowe, Esq., of Sydenham Hill ; 
on the Stock Exchange ; Conservative Club 

Chalcott House, Ditton Hill, Surrey 

Bristowe, Lewis William ; left 1885 

Durlstone, Champion Hill, S.E. 

Brookes, Charles Cunliffe; left 1885 

P. ; M.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Hist.) ; H.O. 1890 ; Cur. of St. Pancras 
from 1890 

The Rev. C. C. Brookes, 

7 Grafton Mansions, Duke^s Road, W, C, 
Middle Aston, Oxford 



i88i] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 131 

Cazenove, Walter De Pradine; left 1882 

J4. Sloane Courts S, W, 

Clairmonte, Frederick Aug:ustus ; left 1883 Ob. May 1894 

Cook, Theodore Andrea; left 1885 

Ent. Sch. (Sewell) 1881 ; Gibbs Sch. 1882 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1883 ; 
James Sch. 1884 ; Gold Medal 1885 ; Hist. Essay 1885 ; S.P. 1885 ; 
viii 1883, '85 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1882-5 (Capt.) ; Sch. and M.A., 
Wadh. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; O.U.B.C. Trial 
viii 1887-8 ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1889 ; m. 1898 Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 2 d. 
of Pastor Luik, of Stuttgart, Germany ; Capt. of first English Fencing 
team sent to Paris 1903, which was second in International Cup ; 
Author of " Old Touraine " ; " Rouen " ; "A History of the English 
Turf" ; " The Spiral in Nature and Art " ; " Turner's Water Colours in 
the Nat. Gallery," etc. ; F.S.A. ; Editor St. James s Gazette 1900 ; on 
stair of Daily 'lelegraph from 1901 ; Oxford and Cambridge, Savile, 
Bath, Leander, and London Fencing Clubs 

S4 Oakley Street^ Chelsea, S, W. 
Highfieldy Wantage^ Berks 

Corbet, Archer Henry ; left 1885 

R. Agric. Coll. Cirencester ; served in S. African War 1899-1902, with 
Southern Rhodesian Vol. and remount dept., Bloemfontein ; Metallur- 
gist ; Lieut, ist City of London R.G.A. Vol. ; Bath Club 

68 Buckingham Gate, S, W, 
Cottrell- Dormer, Maximilian; left 1885 

Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 1893 Agnes Helen, d. of the late Col. A. Allen, 
Ind. Army, of St. Andrews, N.B. ; served in S. African War 1900-2 ; 
Capt. 3rd Batt. the King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regt. (Mil.) ; Junr. 
United Service Club 

Ingmire Hall, Sedbergh, R.S.O., Yorkshire 
Davis, Qateward Coleridge; left 1883 
Fife, Ronald D'Arcy; left 1883 

M. 1898 Alice Louisa (ob. 1898), d. of A. Buncombe, Esq. ; served in Tirah 
Campaign 1897-8; A.D.C. i9CX)-4, Mil. Sec. from 1904 to (2nd) Lord 
Ampthill, G.C.I.E., Governor of Madras ; Capt. Alexandra Princess of 
Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regt.) ; Army and Navy Club 

Captain R. D'A. Fife, Yorkshire Regiment, 

c\o Messrs, Holt &^ Co,, j Whitehall Place, S. W, 

Fisken, Archibald James ; left 1884 

In Melbourne, Australia 



132 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1881 

Port, Henry Richard Trecothick; left 1885 

viii 1884-5 ; P. ; B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1897 ; Doctor 
Chorleywood^ Rickmansworth^ Herts 

Frith, Walter Sharp ; left 1885 

Ent. Sch. 1881 ; Worsley Prize ^884; F. xi 1883-4: P.; B.A., M.B. and 
B.C. Trin. Coll. Camb. (3rd CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Capt. Guy's Hospital Foot- 
ball xi ; m. 1898 Caroline Elsie, d. of Geo. G. Styles, Esq., of Greenhithe, 
Kent ; Resident Medical Officer at Felsted School, and Head of Junior 
House from 1904 

The Junior House^ Felsted^ Essex 
Gordon, Robert ; left 1883 

M. 1894 Helen Blanche, d. of the late Hubert Applegate, Esq., of Turley 
House, Bradford-on-Avon ; Director of Lamb Brewery, Frome 

Bath Road Villa^ Frome^ Somerset 
Hall, Lionel Ersklne; left 1884 

M. 1897 J^n^ Augusta, d. of T. L. Reynolds, Esq. ; late Capt. S. Stafford- 
shire Mil. 

7 Clarence Parade^ Southsea 
Hannen, Lancelot ; left 1885 

viii 1884-5 ; B.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; Trin. Hall viii (head of river) and 
won University iv's 1886-8 ; Camb. Univ. Trial viii's 1885 and 1887 ; 
Camb. Univ. viii 1887-8 ; won Grand 1886-7, Visitors' 1887, and Stewards' 
1888 at Henley ; m. 1897 Delia Elie Mary, 4 d. of the late T. Ramsay 
Dinnis, Esq., R.N. ; United University Club 

g Clifton Place, Hyde Park, W. 
Harvey, Reginald Henry; left 1887 

viii 1886-7 ; M. A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1889 ; m. 1902 Cecily 
Dora, youngest d. of late Rev. H. Barter, Vic. of Sonning ; H.O. 1893 ; 
Rec. of Hanbury from 1902 

The Rev. R. H. Harvey, 

Hanbury Rectory, /iromsgrore 

Hibbert, Edward Edmund Maitland; left 1884 

Hill, Hon. Francis William Clegrg; left 1884 

Haivkstone, Hod net, Shropshire 

Hilton, William Poord ; left 1S84 

C. xi 1883-4 

Sole Street House, Fa vers ham 



i88i] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 133 

Latig:Iey, Claude Spencer ; left 1885 

C. xi 1882-5 ; F. xi 1884 ; m. 1897 Blanche Emily, widow of Maj. T. 
Armstrong Gough ; St. James's Club 

g Onslow Crescent^ S. W, 
Mackay, Douglas; left 1884 

M. 1902 Hilda Mary, d. of Dr. Farrant Fry, of- St. Lmnards-on-Sea ; 
Solicitor 

The Old Manor House^ Shepton Mallet^ Somerset 
Pownall, Quy Prank; left 1884 

M. 1899 Adeline Eva, 6 d. of Albert Banister, Esq., of Davisbury, Alberta, 
N.W.T., Canada ; Rancher ; J.P. Co. Kootenay 

Ellersliey Fort Steele^ East Kootenay^ British Columbia 
c\oJ. W, Rosey Esq,y 13 Delahay St,y Westminster, S. W. 



Randolph, Joseph Randolph ; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1881 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1883 ; Class. Sch. 1884 ; Worsley 
Prize 1883 ; James Sch. 1885 ; F. xi 1885 ; C. xi 1886 ; S.P. 1886 ; M.A. 
and B.C.L. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Jurisp. ; 2nd CI. Civil Law) ; m. 
1895 Evelyn St. Leger, 2 d. of Edmund Bourchier Savile, Esq., of 53 
Eccleston Square, S.W. ; Barr. Inner Temple ; J.P. Wilts ; Windham 
Club 

2 Harcourt Buildings, Temple, E. C, 
Eastcourt, Malmesbury, Wilts 



Richards, John ; left 1885 

viii 1884-5 ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Ch. Ch. viii ; won Ladies' Plate and 
ThamesCh. Cup at Henley 1889 ; Elec.rical Engineer ; Leander Rowing 
Club 

dy Union Street, Burton-on- Trent 



Roper, Henry; left 1886 

B.A., M.B. and B.C. Christ's Coll. Camb. ; M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. ; m. 1898 
Grace Jamieson, youngest d. of the late A. Brown, Esq., of Edinburgh ; 
Sports Club 

Napton^ Rugby 
Shiffner, George Bridger; left 1883 

C. xi 1882; F. xi 1882; played Foot':all for Oxfordshire; m. 1893 
Georgiana Mary, 2 d. of late Col. W. J. Scarlett, of Gigha, Argyllshire ; 
Land Agent 

Rossington, Bawtry, Yorkshire 



134 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1881 -2 

Von Voigt, Conrad Rejrinald Deutrich Q. ; left 1885 

C. xi 1881-5 (Capt.); F. xi 1882-5 (Capt.) ; P. 

Roseneathy Cambridge Park^ Twickenham 

Williams, Henry Rupert; left 1885 

Magd. Coll. Camb. 

Fyfield^ Abingdotiy Berks 

Wilson, Frederick Thomas; left 1884 Ob. 



1882. 
Bradshaw, Joseph Henry; left 1888 

viii 1888 ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 with Colonial Corps 
The Grange^ Steeple Astoria Oxon 

Bradshaw, Richard Stewart; left 1887 

viii 1886-7 ; F. xi 1884-7 (Capt.) ; rowed for London Rowing Club at 
Henley 1890-5 ; won Grand Challenge Cup 1890 ; Brewer ; Conserva- 
tive Club 

North Villa, Regent's Park, N W. 

The Grange, Steeple Aston, Oxon 

By ass, Leonard ; left 1886 

C. xi 1885-6 ; F. xi 1885 ; m. 1897 Mary Owen, d. of Maj. C. E. H. 
Symons, of Colombo, Ceylon 

Cartrefle, Bridgend, Glamorgan 
Corbet, Qerald Vincent; left 1887 

viii 1886; F. xi 1885-6; m. 1904 Ella Theresa Florence, d. of Col. J. H. 
Prendergast, late I.A , of Court Barn, Holsworthy, Devon 

Fordo House, Holsworthy, Devon 

Cunliffe-Lister, John; left 1884 

The Hon. John Cunliffe-Lister, 
Old Hall, Balderton, Newark 

Dundas, Richard Charles ; left 1885 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Hist. Essay 1885 ; m. 1904 Betty, youngest d. of Alexander 
Ramsay, Esq., LL.D., of Earlhill, Banff, N.B., and widow of the late 
G. A. Bruce, Esq. ; served in operations in Zululand 1888 ; Capt. Royal 
Scots 

Captain R. C. Dundas, The Royal Scots, 

c\o Messrs. T Cook &* Son, Ludgate Circus, E. C, 



i882] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 135 

Dunn, Stephen Troyte; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1884 ; Science Postmr. and B.A. 
Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1901 Maud, d. of Rev. W. H. Thornton ; F.L.S. ; 
Corresp. Memb. of Pharm. Soc. ; Assist, for India at Royal Gardens, 
Kew, 1899- 1903 ; Superintendent, Botanical and Afforestation Dept., 
Hong Kong, from 1903 ; Hong Kong Club 

Botanic Gardens^ Hong Kong 
Pairrie, Septimus Harold ; left 1885 

M.B., B.S. Vict. Univ. ; m. 1897 Florence, d. of the late Thomas Fisher, 
Esq., of Maiden House, Stratford, Essex ; Capt. Royal Army Medical 
Corps 

Captain S. H. Fairrie, R.A.M.C, 

cjo Messrs. Holt 6^ Ct?., 3 Whitehall Place, S. W. 

Frith, Hus:h Cokayne; left 1888 

C. xi 1887-8 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1887 ; P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (3rd CI. 
Theol.) ; H.O. 1893 ; Cur. of St. George's, Wolverhampton, from 1904 

The Rev. Hugh C. Frith, 

4S Vicarage Road, Wolverhampton 

Hacon, Ernest Hoel; left 1886 

Gonv. and Caius Coll. Camb. ; m. 1897 Rosalie Louisa, 3 d. of the late 
Surg. -Gen. Sir Thos. Longmore, C.B., of the Paddock, Wools tone, 
Hants. ; late Lieut, the " Buffs " (East Kent Regt.) ; late Priv. Sec. to 
Chief Constable of Lancashire ; Supt. Devon Constabulary ; New 
University, R. Western and R. Dart. Yacht Clubs 

Mount Stone, Stonehouse, Devon 
Hardman, Harold Pitzwilliam ; left 1885 

M. 1904 Florence Mabel, younger d. of the late T. M. Ferrier, Esq., of 
Montpelier, Dundee ; served in S. African War 1889- 1902 ; Capt. 
Somersetshire L.L ; attchd. to A.S.C. from 1903 

Captain H. F. Hardman, Somersetshire L.L, 

cjo Messrs, Cox &> Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W. 
Cadbury House, Yatton, Somerset 

Heycock, Henry Charles Hipplsley ; left 1884 

Jesus Coll. Camb. 1886-7 ; tea planting in Ceylon from 1887 

Gartmore, Alaskeliya, Ceylon 
Riversdale, Leamington 

Hill, Henry Qathorne ; left 1884 

M. 1901 Kathleen, d. of Col. Creek ; Dir. of Tara Tea Co. Ltd. 
Junior Constitutional Club, Piccadilly 

Laird, Henry Carmichael ; left 1885 Ob. 



136 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1882 

Little, Charles Theodore; left 1885 

C. xi 1885 

Mount Roydy Bradford^ Yorkshiie 

Llewellyn, Llewellyn Thomas Evan ; left 1886 

M. 1899 Maud Violet, eld. d. of late Somerset B. Saunderson, Esq., of nth 
Hussars ; served with Brit. S. African Police in Matabele Wars 1893 
and 1896; in S. African War 1899- 1902 as Capt. in the Field Intell. 
Dept. ; trav. through Central Africa from Transvaal to Lake Nyanza 
1895 ; Land Agent ; Junr. Conservative Club 

Laugford^ near Bristol 
Logan, Balfour; left 1887 Ob. 1898 

viii 1885-7 (Capt.); F. xi 1885-6; P.; Capt. (nth) Devon Regt. ; died 
in India 

Magniac, HoUlngworth Bryan; left 1883 
Mark, Alfred Penrose; left 1887 

viii 1886 ; F. xi 1886 ; m. 1894 Alfreda Emily, only d. of Maj.-Gen. 
Chapman, of Fairfield, Taunton ; assumed surname of Wardlaw 1895 ; 
late Capt. Koy. Sussex Regt. 

Captain A. P. M. Wardlaw, 

Woodside, CadmorCy High Wycombe 

Marr- Johnson, Percy; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Gibbs Sch. 1884 ; B.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; 
m. 1899 Florence Mary, 2 d. of Robert Heriot, Esq., of Cliff House, 
Salcombe, Devon ; Solicitor ; United University, and St. George's 
(Sandwich) Clubs 

g Whitehall Place, S. W. 

4 York Roady Reigate, Surrey 



Monro, Tregonnell ; left 1884 Ob. 

St. John's Coll. Oxf. 

Moss, Res:inald Heber; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Gibbs Sch. 1883 ; Hist. Essay 1886 ; C. xi 1883-6 ; F. xi 
1885-6 ; P. ; M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Theol.) ; Oxf. Univ. xi 1889 ; 
rep. Oxf. in Hammer and Weight v, Camb. 1890 ; played cricket for 
Bedfordshire from 1902 ; H.O. 1893 ; m. 1899 Ruth, eldest d. of Rev. C. 
A. Hodgson, of Barton Rectory, Nottingham ; Chap, and Assist. Master 
Cheltenham Coll. 1896-9 ; Rec. of Bletsoe and Private Tutor from 1899 

The Rev. R. H. Moss, 

Bletsoe Rectory, Bedford 



i882] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 137 

Moultrie, Austin; left 1885 

C. xi 1883-5 ; B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; H.O. 1891 ; Inc. 
(S.P.G.) of Mt. Frere, Dio. Kaflfr. from 1901 

The Rev. Austin Moultrie, 

Mount FrerCy Griqualand West, S. Africa 

Nelson, Qeors:e Herbert ; left 1885 

C. xi 1882-5 ; Partner in firm of Smith 6* Nelson, Chartered Accountants, 
from 1892 

7 King Streety Cheap side^ E,C, 

Roberts, Henry Maitland; left 1884 

8 Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells 

Sandliam, Jolin Clarence ; left 1885 
Spyers,' Roper; left 1886 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1885 ; Worsley Prize 1885 ; P. 
1885-6 ; C. xi 1885-6 ; F. xi 1886 ; Fencing Prize 1886 ; Gymnasium 
Medal 1886; Racquets and Fives (doubles and singles) 1886; M.A. 
Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.) ; rep. Oxford v. Cambridge at Racquets 
1889 ; Precis writer Roy. Labour Commission 1891 ; Barr. Inner 
Temple ; Member Mr. F. R. Benson's Theatrical Company 1896-9 ; Sub- 
Lessee Criterion Theatre 1900; H.O. 1901-3; Assist. Master at Radley 
1901-3 ; Resigned H.O. 1904; Hon. Sec. Radleian Society from 1901 ; 
Green Room Club 

Seton House^ Weybridge 
Theobald, Qeorfife Ridley; left 1887 

Ent. Sch. 1882 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1885 ; Worsley Prize 1886 ; S.P. 
1886 ; C. xi 1884-7 (CaptO ; F. xi 1886 ; Fives Rep. 1887 ; Exhib. and 
M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Private Tutor 
to the sons of H.R.H. Princess Beatrice (Princess Henry of Battenberg) 
1 899- 1 904 ; Junr. Inspector of Schools under Board of Education from 
1904 ; Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Board of Education^ Whitehall^ S. W, 
Lasham Rectory ^ Alton^ Hants 

Waters, Horace William Plews ; left 1885 

C. xi 1883-4; F. xi 1883-4; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; late S. 
Lanes. Regt. 

Captain H. W. P. Waters, 

-27 Westbourne Park Road^ W, 

Whitworth-Jones, Frederick; left 1885 

viii 1885 



ijS ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1883 



1883. 



\ 



Borthwick, Hon. Archibald Patrick .Tliomas ; left 1885 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1901 Susanna Mary, 4 d. of Sir M. J. McTaggart-Stewart, 
1st Bart. ; J.P Wigtownshire; succeeded his father as 17th Baron 1885 ; 
Carlton Club 

The Lord Borthwick, 

Ravens tone ^ Whithorn^ Wigtownshire^ N,B. 

Carmicliael, Arcliibald Jolin Pattison; left 1887 

Ent. Sch. 1883 ; St. Edmund Hall Oxf. ; Teacher of Music 
II Eton Grove^ Blackheathy S,JS. 

Cooke, William; left 1888 

M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1894 ; Vic. of Studley 
from 1 90 1 

The Rev. William Cooke, 
Studley Vicarage^ Oxford 

Corbet, Andrew Ricliard ; left 1888 

viii (cox.) 1885-6 ; F. xi 1887 ; Cooper's Hill ; served in S. African War 
1899- 1900 with Rhodesian Forces ; Ass. Eng. P.W.D. Transvaal Colony 
from Oct. 1902 to June 1904 ; Wellington Club 

68 Buckingham Gate, S,W. 
Coulson, Thomas Lane St. Alban ; left 1887 

viii 1887 ; P. ; in America 

cjo Rev. y. E, Coulsony 4g Clarendon Road, Holland 
Park, W. 

Dodins:ton, Hugh Marriott- ; left 1886 

M. 1899 Joan, youngest d. of William Lyall, Esq., of Glenkilrie, Perthshire 
Combe, Dulverton, Somerset 

Dwight, William Arthur; left 1886 

B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1891 ; Vic. of Coleford, 
Somerset, 1896-1900; Vic. of Buckland-Dinham from 1900 

The Rev. W. A, Dwight, 

Buckland-Dinham^ Vicarage, Frome 

Foster, Alfred ; left 1884 
Galsworthy, Gordon Cecil ; left 1883 

Artist 

Thorndene, Henfield, Sussex 



1883] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 139 

Galsworthy, Hubert; left 1883 

M. 1892 Angelina, 2 d. of Angel Orfila, of Gibraltar 

SeHakwe^ Gary Park, St Marychurch^ Torquay 

Gibbons, Thomas Clarke Pillins:; left 1885 

M. 1890 Mary Josephine, d. of the late C. R. F. Thiedemann, Esq., of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; formerly a Solicitor ; Barr. Inner Temple from 1897 

The Rowans^ Buxton^ Derbyshire 
Gill, Thomas Carey; left 1886 

Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 

JVanganui, New Zealand 

Gordon, John; left 1888 

c\o Rev, R. Gordon^ Fromefield House^ Frotne 

Gregrorie, Prank St. Barbe ; left 1888 

Ent. Sch. 1883; F. xi 1887; Ch. Ch. Oxf . ; m. 1904, Beatrice Mary, 
4 d. of the late Robert Swan, Esq., of The Quarry, Lincoln ; Land 
Agent and Surveyor 

Burghersh Chantry, Lincoln 

Hall, Godfrey; left 1885 

cjo The Hon, Sir John Hall, K.C.M.G., Hororata, 
Canterbury, N,Z, 

Hotchkis, Archibald Duncan ; left 1887 

Racquets Rep. 1887 ; cattle ranching in Texas, U.S.A. 
Fontarfrdn, Brecon, S. Wales 

Ingram, Arthur David ; left 1888 

viii 1888; S.P. 1887; B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.; 3rd CI. 
Jurisp.) ; Solicitor ; High Court of Judicature at Fort William, Bengal, 
1897 ; personal clerk to the Solicitor to the Treasury from 1903 ; 
Reform and Leander Clubs 

Oxford House, Bethnal Green, E, 
Southover, Lezves, Sussex 

Jackson, Edward McDonald Gaunter ; left 1886 

Solicitor 

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire 

Lacey, William Fawdry ; left 1887 Ob. July 1898 

M. 



I40 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1883 

Lawrence, Arthur Lightly; left 1886 

M. 1896 Agnes, d. of Rev. J. J. Baddeley, of Chelsfield Rectory, Kent; 
Estate Agent ; Leander Club 

Mountfield^ Maidenhead 
Lister, Edmund Algernon Cory ton; left 1888 

Heathcote Math. Sch. 1887 ; R.I.E. Coll. Cooper's Hill (Fellow) ; Civil 
Engineer on Indian State Railways ; Bachelors' Club 

cjo H, S. King &> Co., g Pall Mall, S. W. 
64 Cadogan Square, S. JV, 

Lyon, William Edgar; left 1885 Ob. 1886 

Macaulay, William Edward Babington ; left 1884 

Mildmay, Carew Bingham St. Jtfhn ; left 1886 Ob. Dec. 1890 

Money, Noel Ernest ; left 1885 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1903, Maud Boileau, 2 d. of Edward Wood, Esq., 
D.L., J.P., of Culrainp:ton Manor, Shropshire, and of Hanger Hill, 
Middlesex ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 with Imp. Yeom. 
(wounded ; ment. in desp. ; D.S.O.) ; late Capt. Shropshire Yeom. ; 
with S. African Constab. 1901-2 ; White's Club 

Captain N. E. Money, D.S.O., 

Culmington House, Bromfield, Shropshire 

Nelson, Francis Ernest; left 1886 

M. 1893 Winifred Beetham, eld. d. of Jas. Nelson Williams, Esq., of 
Hastings, Hawkes Bay. N.Z. ; formerly Gen. Manager to Messrs. G. 
Nelson Dale &• Co. Ltd., of Warwick 

Rouncil House, Kenilworth, Warwickshire 
Occleston, Sidney Vernon ; left 1888 

viii 1886-8 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1886-7 (Capt.) ; Racquets Rep. 1888 ; P. ; Ex. 
Coll. Oxf. 1888-9 ; m. 1899 Evelyn Isobel Elizabeth, eld. d. of Thos. 
Auchterlonie Drew, Esq., of Fallowfield, Manchester; late Capt. nth 
Hussars ; Cavalry Club 

Captain S. V. Occleston, 

Orgreave House, nr, Lichfield, Staffs 

Peacliey, Cliarles Bernard ; left 1887 

C. xi 1884-6 ; F. xi 1885-6 ; Fives Rep. 1887 ; m. 1902 Dorothy (ob. 1904), 
d. of late J. P. Robinson, Esq. ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 
with Imp. Yeom. 

77 Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, E, C, 
Farringford, Epsom 



^ 



1883] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 141 

Peareth, Edward Als:ernon ; left 1887 Ob. 1895 

P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (3rd CI. Class. Tripos) ; Wells Theol. Coll. ; 
m. 1894 Miss Elizabeth Hansen, of Melbourne, Australia 

Pinckney, William Percy ; left 1887 

viii 1886-7 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1885-6 (Capt.) ; won Racquets Singles Radley 
V. Malvern 1887 ; m. Hedy, d. of Mrs. Englehart, of Germany ; Tobacco 
Planter, and Manager of the Paya Jambu Estate, Sumatra 

Paya Jambu^ Bindgei, Lartgbat, Sumatra 
Milford Hill House^ Salisbury 

Pollock, Harold Arthur ; left 1888 

Ent. Sch. 1883 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1885 ; Worsley Prize 1888 ; M.A. 
Keble Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1894; Cur. of St. Peter's, London Docks, from 
1894 

The Rev. H. A. Pollock, 

St. Peter's Clergy House^ London Docks, E, 

Rawlinson, Christopher Millers ; left 1885 

viii 1885 ; Horse ranching in Canada from 1885 

PO. Box 20y Calgary, Alberta, Canada, MW.T. 
Duddon Hall, Broughton-in-Furness, R,S,0. 

5awyer, Edmund Charles; left 1885 

cjo Rev, W. G, Sawyer, Castlemount, Maidenhead 

Skipwith, Qerald; left 1883 

Wellington Club, Grosvenor Place, S, W. 

Sutton, Henry Cecil ; left 1886 

Arthur's Club, St. fames' s Street, S. W. 

Vaughan, William Russell; left 1884 
Venables, Robert Edward Stopford ; left 1886 
Von Schroder, William Henry ; left 1885 

Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1896 Judith, eld. d. of E. R. Gregge-Hopwood, Esq., 
of Hop wood Hall, Lanes ; late 9th Lancers ; J. P. Cheshire ; Army 
and Navy Club 

The Cottage, Nantwich, Cheshire 



142 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1883-4 

Watt, Redmond Edward; left 1886 

viii (cox.) 1884 ; served in Tirah Expedit. Force 1897-8 ; in S. African 
War 1899- 1902 (wounded at Paardeberg) ; Capt. Oxfordshire L.I. ; 
Army and Navy Club 

Captain R. E. Watt, Oxfordshire L.I. 

c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 
Headington Hill, Oxford 

West, John Nevile ; left 1885 * 

White, Alfred Adolphus ; left 1884 

c\o Rev. A. Z. White, Mile House, Sulhamstead, Reading 

Wififan, Harold ; left 1883 

St. Peter's Coll. Camb. ; m. 1895 Jeanie, eld. d. of W. R. Yardley, Esq., of 
Patras, Greece 

Widley Court, Cosham, Hants 
Wightman, Owen William; left 1888 

viii 1886-8 ; Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. trial viii 1888 ; m. 1895 Ethel 
Maria, d. of Henry Hall, Esq., of Manor House, Alton, Hants ; Maltster ; 
Jun^ Constitutional Club 

Bengeo, Herts 

WiUon, Daniel ; left 1884 

7 The Paragon, Blackheath, S.E. 

Wood, Robert Moorsom; left 1885 

Physician and Surgeon ; M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. ; House Surgeon, Eye 
Hospital, Oxford 

ij Marston Street, Iffley Road, Oxford 
Young, Wilfred Edward ; left 1885 

M. 1903 Edith Steuart, d. of Robert Gladstone, Esq., of Woolton Vale, 
Liverpool ; formerly in 7th Dragoon Guards ; Capt. Indian Army 

Captain W. E. Young, loth D.C.O. Lancers, 
Cawnpore, India 



1884. 
Barnard, Lionel Henry ; left 1888 

Univ. Coll. Bristol ; Assist. Master at North Eastern County School, Bar- 
nard Castle, from 1903 

North Eastern County School, Barnard Castle 
Bury Orchard, Wells, Somerset 



i8S4] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 143 

Bartleet, Oswald ; left 1887 Ob. 1887 

Batemati, Edward Sacheverell ; left 1888 

Ent. Sch. 1884 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; an Assist. Sec. to the 
Light Railway Commission 

^4 Parliament Street, S. W, 
Bathurst, Launcelot Villebois ; left 1887 

In Probate Office, Somerset House, from 189 1 ; St. James's Club 

18 Lower Beigrave Street, S, W, 
Marham, nr, Downham Market, Norfolk 

Bevan, Neville Alexander Johnston; left 1887 

Served in S. African War 1899-1902 with Imp. Yeom. 

ig Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells 

Beverley, Ernest Orme; left 1889 

Ent. Sch. 1884 ; Fives Rep. 1888 ; P. ; M. A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 
. 3rd CI. Theol.) ; H.O. 1895 ; Cur. of Rickmansworth from 1898 

The Rev. E. O. Beverley, 
Rickmansworth, Herts 

Bower, Charles Hawkins Syndercombe ; left 1890 

viii 1889-90 (Capt.) ; P. ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; won Univ. iv 1892 ; Oxf. 
Univ. Trial viii 1893 ; H.O. 1896 ; Vic. of Hinton St. Mary from 1899 

The Rev. C. H. S. Bower, 

Hinton St, Mary Vicarage, Sturminster Newton, Dorset 

Byrne, Arthur Laird St. Clare ; left 1887 

Byrne, Henry St. Clare ; left 1886 

M. Artemisia Desdemona, d. of late D. Burtner, Iowa, U.SA. 

Constant, Montagfue Qeorfi^e 
Cooke, Samuel Arthur ; left 1887 

B.A. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. 

Grove Farm, Beckley, Oxon 

D'Alessio, Albert Patrick ; left 1889 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Solicitor 

2g Essex Street, Strand, W,C. 



144 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1884 

D'Alessio, Edward Samuel John ; left 1889 

B.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; H.O. 1897 ; m. 1903 Vera Maude, 2 d. of G. E. 
Manisty, Esq., late I.C.S., of Gresford, Denbighshire ; Chap, at St. Paul's, 
Poona, from 1903 

The Rev. E. S. J. D'Alessio, 
Poona^ India 
cjo Messrs. Henry S. King &> Co,, g Fall Mall, S. W, 

De Vitr^, John Durham Denis ; left 1889 

viii 1889 ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1893 ; Chap. R.N. from 1901 

The Rev. J. D. Denis De Vitr6, R.N. 
Charlton House, Wantage 

PaithfuU, Ferdinand Portescue ; left 1887 

M. 1901 ; Civil Engineer ; Assoc. M.I.C.E. 1896 ; Perak Govt. Agent, Penang 

Bogan Serai, Perak, Straits Settlements 
StorringtoH Rectory, Pulborough, Sussex 

Qlyn, Arthur Robert; left 1888 

Ent. Sch. 1884 ; B.A. Pemb. Coll. Camb. ; New University Club 
Ewell, Surrey 

Qrantham, William Edward ; left 1887 

C. xi 1887 ; Tea planting, Ceylon 

Hill, Nicolas Bertram 

ji Kensington Mansions, EarPs Court, S, W. 

Hopkinson, Cecil Arthur; left 1887 
Hunt, Charles; left 1889 

Ent. Sch. 1884 ; viii 1887 and 1889 ; F. xi 1887-8 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1888 ; Ex. 
Coll. Oxf. 

50 Evelyn Gardens, South Kensington, S, W, 
Spring Hall, Swanstead, Glemsford, R,S.O, Suffolk 

Legs:, Qeorge Edward Wiclcham ; left 1887 

Ent. Sch. 1884; ist '* House" Prefect; Trin. Coll. Camb. 1887-9; Univ. 
Cand., R.M.C. Sandhurst ; m. 1895 Kathleen (Lady of Grace, Order St. 
John of Jerusalem), elder d. of Col. Sir James Gildea, C.V.O., C.B. ; 
late 2nd S. Stafford (8oth) Regt., and W. Kent Mil. ; Sec. Soldiers and 
Sailors' Families Assocn. from 1896 ; Knight of Grace, Order St. John 
of Jerusalem ; M.V.O. (4th CI.) 1902 ; Army and Navy Club 

Captain Wickham Legg, M.V.O., 

14 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, W, 



1884] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 145 

Leig:hton, Bryan Baldwyn Mawddwy ; left 1889 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1890 Margaret Francis, 2 d. of Maj. John Fletcher, of 
Saltoun, Haddingtonshire ; served in Bechuanaland campaign 1897 ; 
in S. African War 1899- 1902 with South African Light Horse and 
Carabiniers ; Capt. Shropshire Yeom. ; succeeded his father as 9th 
Bart. 1897 J J-P* Shropshire ; Bachelors' Club 

Sir Bryan Leighton, Bart., 
Loton Park^ Shrewsbury 

Lempribre, Charles Cyril; left 1889 

Ent. Sch. 1884 ; Gibbs Sch. 1885 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1886 ; C. xi 
1887-9 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1887-8 ; Fives Rep. 1889 ; Exhib. and B.A. Wore. 
Coil. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 4th CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Schoolmaster (Pre- 
paratory) 

The Red House ^ Marston Moor^ York 
Liebert, Richard Alexander Dougrlas ; left 1887 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 as Lieut. Artillery Troop, Buluwayo 
Field Force ; Member of Stock Exchange ; White's and Orleans Clubs 

120 Mount Street^ Grosvenor Square^ W, 
Llewellyn, Owen John ; left 1888 

B.A. Trin. Hall, Camb. ; m. 1903 Anna Elizabeth, eld. d. of W. J. Mann, 
Esq., of Highfield, Trowbridge ; Barr. Inner Temple ; Inspector, Board 
of Agriculture, 1895-9 ; Chief Inspector under Canal Boats Acts of the 
Local Govt. Board from 1899 ; Lieut. Motor Volunteer Corps ; White's 
Club 

Marchington Cottage^ Utioxeter^ Staffs, 
May, Thomas Edward ; left 1887 Ob. 

Line. Coll. Oxf. 

Mowbray, Archibald John Holme ; left 1888 

P. ; Demy and B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Nat. Sci.) ; m. 1895 
Margaret, 3 d. of late Maj. -Gen. R. A. Wauchope, late Bengal S.C. ; 
Managing Director, Public Company ; Western Club (Glasgow) 

Wellhall, Hamilton, N,B, 
Nelson, Harold ; left 1887 

In Australia 

8 Florence Terrace, Ealing^ W, 

Plne-Coffin, William Geoffrey ; left 1886 

C. xi 1886 

Kenwithy Abbolsham, Bideford 

... u 



C46 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1884-5 

Prestasre, Bdsrar ; left 1886 

B.A. Ball. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI, Hist.); Corresponding Member of the 
Lisbon R. Academy of S>ciences and other learned Societies ; Examiner in 
Portuguese to London University, and has frequently examined for C.S. 
Commissioners ; Editor and Translator of various Portuguese works ; 
Knight of I he Portuguese Order of St. Thiago; Solicitor, Union Club, 
Manchester 

Chiltern^ Boivdon^ Cheshire 
Prins^le, James Lewis; left 1890 

F. xi 1887-8 ; viii 1888-9 '. P- ; ^*-A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; New Club (Edin- 
burgh) 

Torwoodke^ Galashiels^ N,B. 

Thursby, Qeorge James ; left 1885 

M. 1894 Mary Augusta, d. of the late T. Hardcastle, Esq., of Blaston Hall, 
Uppingham ; /Arthur's Club 

10 Park Mansions^ Albert Gate^ S, W. 
Baveridge^ Cranborne^ Salisbury 

Twist, Qeorsre Cecil; left 1887 

M.A. Triu. Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1892 ; Vic. of Castle- 
Hedingham from 1898 

The Rev. G. C. Twist, 

The Vicarage^ Castle Hedingham^ Essex 

Ward-Jaclcson, Cliarles Lionel Atlcins ; left 1886 

Late Yorkshire Regt. ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 with Imp. 
Yeom. (ment. in desp.) ; Capt. Yorkshire Hussars (Yeom.) ; J.P. N. 
Riding, Yorkshire ; Carlton and Boodle's Clubs 

Nonnanby Hall, Middlesbrough 
Wilson, Predericic Robert Leyiand; left 1888 

Sch. and M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Assist.-Master at 
Dulwich 1893-9 ; at Charterhouse from 1899 ; Pall Mall Club 

Charterhouse^ Godalming 

1885. 

Adam, Clement Qeorge Montague ; left 1889 

viii 1889 ; New Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1901 ; late Bedfordshire Regt. and i^th 
Hussars; served in S. African War 1899-1902 with Imp. Yeom.; Major 
Gloucestershire Hussars ; Boodle's and Cavalrv Clubs 

Coates^ Cirencester 
Baillie, Qranville Hugh ; left 1885 

m. 1897 Eleni, d. of P. Acatos (Galatz) 

Baker, Geoffrey Clinton ; left 1888 

Bayfordbury, Hertford 



1885] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 147 

Barker, Prank Tatham ; left 1891 

viii fcox.) 1887, rowed 1890 ; F. xi i8go ; P. ; Public Schools Gyih. Comp., 
Aldershot, 1889 (Radley 7th out of 19 Schools represented) 

Craven House^ Hampton Court 
Bathurst, Lawrence Charles Villebois ; left 1890 

C. xi 1886-90 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1886-9 » P- 1 Racquets Rep. 1888-90 ; B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. xi 1893-4 5 Played for Gentlemen of 
England 1894 ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 with Imp. Yeom. ; 
Assist. Master at Elstree from 1904 ; Sports Chib 

Marham^ nr. Downham Market^ Norfolk 

Blacker- Dous:lass, St. John ; left 1887 

Elm Park^ Killyleay R,S,0,y Co, Armagh 

Bruce, Arthur Kenneth Turing; left 1887 

C. xi 1887 ; with Messrs. Alexander & Co. (Bankers) from 1890; M.C.C. 
cjo Messrs. Alexander &* Co., 24 Lombard Street^ E.C 
Grosvenor Lodge^ West Wickham^ Kent 

Burgett, Arthur Edward; left 1889 

M.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; H.O. 1897 ; Cur. of Tottenham 1897-9 

The Rev. A, E. Burgett, 

Greenhayes^ St, Zeonards-on-Sea 

Campbell- Walker, Montagu Campbell ; left 1888 

Auburn, Placer Co., California, U.S.A. 

Cummins, Ernest Outram ; left 1887 

Architect (Admiralty) ; Assoc. R. Inst. Brit. Arch. ; New Sports Club 
Shotley Pointy Ipswich 

De Bathe, Husro Qerald ; left 1886 

M. 1899 Eniily C, d. of late Very Rev. W. Corbet Le Breton, Dean of 
Jersey, and widow of Edward Langtry, Esq. ; served in S. African War 
1900 with Roberts' Horse ; late Gloucestershire Militia 

Regal. Lodge^ Kentfordy Cambridgeshire 
Donald, Charles Stewart; left 1891 

F. xi 1889-90 ; P. ; M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Mod. 
Hist.); H.O. 1896; Cur. of St. Dunstan's, Stepney, 1896- 1903 ; Chap, 
to Bishop (Lang) of Stepney from 1903 

The Rev. C. S. Donald, 

2 Amen Court, St. PauVs, E. C. 



148 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1885 

Draper, John Pigott Qeorge ; left 1889 

C. xi 1888-9; m. 1903 Caroline Ethel, 2 d. of Rev. E. V. Pigott, Vic. of 
Trentham, Staffs. ; Electrical Engineer, Transvaal and l3elagoa Bay 
Collieries 

c\o Transvaal and Delagoa Bay Collieries, Witbank, 

Transvaal, South Africa 
Middleton Rectory, Bicester, Oxo?i 

Fairrie, Henry ; left 1889 

viii 1888-9 

Frith, Herbert Charles ; left 1889 

Ent. Sell. 1885 ; King's Coll. Lond. (Theol. Assoc.) (ist CI.) ; H.O. 1897 ; 
Vic. of Holy Kedeemer, Clerkenwell, from 1904 

The Rev. Herbert C Frith, 
J 2 Wilmington Square, W.C, 

Qlossop, Bertram Robert Mitford ; left 1887 

Served in W. Africa 1898-9 in operations on the Niger (iiient. in desp.) ; in 
S. African War 1899- 1902, including Adjutancy of the Imperial Li^ht 
Horse ; late 5th Dragoon Guards ; Cavalry Club 

Captain B. R. M. Glossop, 
SoutA Molton, Devon 
St, Albans, Herts 

Qlyn, Maurice Qeorge Carr ; left iSgo 

Ent. Sch. 1885 ; P. ; New Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1897 Hon. Maud Grosvenor, eld. 
d. of 2nd Baron Ebury ; partner in Messrs. Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., 
bankers ; Dorset Yeom. from 1896 ; J.P. Middlesex ; Arthur's Club 

21 Bryanston Square, W, 
Grayson, John Herbert FitzHenry ; left 1888 

C. xi 1887-8 ; F. xi 1887 ; m. 1895 Mary Margaretta, d. of Tliomas 
Patrickson, Esq., of Springwell, Hayes, Middlesex ; played cricket for 
Cheshire, hockey for Lancashire ; Marine Engine Manufacturer ; Com- 
mercial Master at Queen Mary's School, Walsall, Staffs. 

77 Persehouse Street, Walsall, Siaffs, 

12 Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S. W. 

Qreville, Hon. Charles Beresford Fulke; left 1887 

Served in Matabele War 1896-7 ; formerly A.D.C. to Lord Houghton 
(Earl of Crewe), Viceroy of Ireland; A.D.C. to (ist) Lord Northcote, 
G.C.LE., C.B. (Governor of Bombay 1900-3, Governor-General of Austra- 
lian Commonwealth from 1904) ;Capt. 7th (The Queen's Own) Hussars 

Captain The Hon. C. B. F. Greville, 7ih Hussars, 
clo Messrs, Cox 6^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
jg Draycott Place, S, W, 
Clonhugh, Mullingar, Ireland 



1885] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 149 

Halford, Robert Alexander; left 1888 

M. 1896 Fanny Emma, d. of late Lieut.-Gen. E. W. Dun ; Colonial Coll., 
Hollesley Bay, thence to Fruitland Park, Florida, till 1898 

22 Speldhurst Road^ Bedford Fatk^ W. 
Harvey, Quy Congreve \ left 1 886 

Capt. R. Anglesey, R.E. Militia ; continuous service with Regulars from 
1 901 ; Jun. Carlton and Jun. Naval and Military Clubs 

Captain G. C. Harvey, 

The Barracks^ Beaumaris^ Anglesey^ North Wales 

/ 

Jeffreys, Arthur Qerald ; left 1887 

Electrical Engineer 

Vails Gate^ Orange Co,^ New Ybrh, U.S. A, 

Latham, John ; left 1887 

Lawrence, John Harold; left 1887 

Heath Courts Maidenhead 

Leach, Edmund Burton; left 1890 

James Sch. 1888 ; Hist. Essay 1888-9 J Wursley Prize 1888-9 5 F. xi 
1888-9 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1889 

National City, San Diego Co., California, U.S. A. 
Locke, Harold ; left 1887 

M. 1897 Nina Marianne, youngest d. of Major R. Haynes Lovell, of New- 
port, Barnstaple ; Somerset House, Exchequer and Audit Dept. ; Priv. 
Sec. to Comptroller and Auditor-General 1895 ; Asst. Dist. Auditor 
under Local Govt. Board 1897 ; Dist. Auditor from 1900 ; Devon and 
Exeter County (Exeter) Club 

St Mary's, Ely, Cambs. 
Lyon-Campbell, Henry Qeors^e James; left 1889 

Farming ; Constitutional Club 

Brocas, Hever, Kent 

Warden^s Lodge, Clezver, Windsor 

Marshall, Prank; left 1889 

F. xi 1887-8 ; C. xi 1889 ; Farming in Australia 
Bryn-y-Coed, Bangor, N. Wales 

Marshall, Reginald ; left 1890 

Wadh. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1900 Irene, 3 d. of the late Admiral C. B. C. Dent, 
of Holyhead ; in California 

Bryn-y-Coed, Bangor, N. Wales 



I50 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1885 

Money, Cecil Noel; left 1887 

Murray, George Henry Lys^on ; left 1888 

B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. fHon. in Law); Clerk, Probate Registry, Somerset 
House 1893-4 ; Natal Mounted Police 1895-7 I Assist Collector 1897- 
190 1, Collector from 1901, British East African Protectorate 

Malindi, Mombasa^ British East Africa 
Or me, Charles'Merton ; left 1887 

C. xi 1887 

68 Constantine Roady Hampstead Heathy N. W, 

Pott, Qeorsre Stanley; left 1888 

Hist. Essay 1887; viii 1888; P.; B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf.; Solicitor; 
Union Club 

23 Cork Street, W, 

Woodside, Windlesham, Surrey 

Poynter, Arthur Vernon ; left 1888 

Late 2nd Lt. Scots Guards ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in 
desp. ; D.S.O.) ; Maj. Res. of Officers ; A.D.C. to Viceroy of India (Lord 
Curzon of Kedleston, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.) from 1904 ; Guards' Club 

Major A. V. Poynter, D.S.O., 
Government House^ Calcutta 

Raikes, Frederick Monro ; left 1891 

Ent. Sch. 1885 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1888 ; Worsley Prize 1888 ; P. ; 
B.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (3rd. CI. Mods.) ; m. 1900 Harriet Elisabeth, 2 d. of 
J. A. Kempe, Esq., C.B. ; Solicitor 

47 FitzGeorge Avenue, West Kensington, W, 
Reid, John Leslie ; left 1889 

Served in S. African War 1899-1902 ; late 6th Dragoon Guards (Cara- 
biniers) ; Capt. Res. of Officers ; Stockbroker in Egypt ; Cavalry 
(London) and Turf (Cairo) Clubs 

Captain J. L, Reid, 

Turf Club, Cairo, Egypt 
Caythorpe Hall, Grantham 

Sheppard, Philip Nevile Pream ; left T889 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Solicitor 1896 ; Silica Brick Manufacturer 
16 Lansdown Crescent, Bath 
Hollycroft, Neath, South Wales 



1885] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 151 

Spender, Arthur Edmund ; left 1890 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; Barr. Inner Temple ; Member of 
the late Mosely Education Commission to the U.S.A. ; Managing 
Director of the Western Morning News ; Chairman Devon County 
Football Assoc. ; Pres. Devon County Amateur Swimming Assoc. ; 
United University and R. Western Yacht (Plymouth) Clubs 

24 Hyde Park Gate, S, W, 

J I Athenaeum Street, Plymouth 

Stanier, William Sneyd ; left 1889 Ob. May 1903 

Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; died at sea on voyage home from India 

Stiff e, Norman Cecil; left 1891 

Ent. Sch. 1885 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1887 ; James Sch. 1889 ; Worsley 
Prize 1889-90; Gold Medal 1890; P.; Sch. and B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. 
(2nd CI. Mods.) ; Ind. C.S. from 1895 ; City Magistrate, Lucknow ; East 
India United Service Club 

Lucknmv, India 

4g Drayton Gardens, S. W, 

Stone, Neville Roper; left 1891 

Ent. Sch. 1887 ; James Sch. 1890 ; Worsley Prize 1890 ; B.A. Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. (4th CI. Jurisp.) ; m. 1899 Amy Beatrice, 3 d. of Henry Hayne, 
Esq., of Tunbridge Wells ; Solicitor ; Clerk to Guardians, Tonbridge 
Union ; Clerk to Tonbridge Rural District Council ; Supt. Registrar of 
Births, etc. ; Commissioner for Oaths ; Tunbridge Wells Club 

Framfield, Boyne Park, Tunbridge Wells 
Stratton, William Robert ; left 1890 

Ent. Sch. 1885 ; C. xi 1888-90 ; F. xi 1889 ; P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 
(3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; Solicitor ; Commissioner for 
Oaths, West Mailing, Kent 

Ditton Place, Maidstone 
Tyssen, John Qraiiam ; left 1887 

In New Zealand ^ 

Hylsbroke, Lang ford, R.S.O., Somerset 

Verity, Harry Sydney; left 1887 

C. xi 1886-7 J Punting Champion on the Thames for two years ; m. 1900 
Helen Ralli, d. of Col. J. W. Muir, I.A. ; late Lieut. Herts Yeomanry ; 
served in S. African War 1900 with Scottish Horse ; Engineer ; Survey- 
ing in Zululand 1904 

2/ Lowndes Square, S, W. 
Ward, Artliur ; left 1888 

P. ; Sci. Demy Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Ganges Harbour, Saltspring Island, Vancouver 



152 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1865-6 

Willousrhby; Richard Lionel Qrey ; left 1S87 

Manor House^ Horsley^ Surrey 

Wilson, Herbert Lionel ; left 1887 

M. igoi Dorothy Catherine, d. of Andrew Knovvles, Esq., of Newent 
Court, Glos. 

Isthmian Club^ Piccadilly^ W. 
Woodin, Stanley Hassall ; left 1888 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1893 Maud Harriett, eld. d. of the late Felix 
Clarke, Esq. ; H.O. 1895 ; Cur. of Benhilton, Surrey, from 1903 ; 
Warden of the Guild of the Holy Ghost ; Westminster Club 

The Rev. S. H. W^oodin, 

The Cottage^ Woodside Road^ Sutton^ Surrey 



1886. 
Bagot, Sidney Charles ; kft 1889 

M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Theol.) ; H.O. 1896 ; Cur. of Horningsham 
from 1900 

The Rev. S. C. Bagot, 

Horningsham^ Warminster 

Bradley, William Henry ; left 1889 

LL.B. Trin. Hall Camb. (2nd Class Law Tripos) ; Barr. Mid. Temple 

7 Kin^s Bench Walk, Temple, E. C. 
Copthorne^ Meads, Eastbourne 

Cochran, William Sutherland Howard ; left 1891 

M. 1904 Adelaide Marion, elder d. of Oscar A. Ullithorne, iLsq., of South 
Eaton Place, and Gray's Inn (Solicitor) ; Actor 

64 Holbein Hottse, Sloane Square, S. W, 
cjo W, H, Cochran, Esq,, 2 Columbia Road, Oxton, 
near Birkenhead 

Courasre, Philip Knyvett ; left 1887 

Gravenhurst, Bolney, Hayward*s Heath 

Crichton, Charles William Henry ; left 1891 

viii 1890-1 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1891 ; served in S. African War 1899-1902 ; Capt. 
loth Hussars 

Captain C. W. H. Crichton, loth Hussars 

cjo Messrs, Cox <5r* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 
Netley Castle, Nctley A^bey, Hants, 



i886] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 153 

Crichton, Reginald Louis ; left 1887 

M. 1902 Hester Beatrix, d. of Rev. R. A. White, Vic. of St. Giles, North- 
ampton ; Lieut. R.N. 

Lieut. R. L. Crichton, R.N., 

Netley Castle^ Nctley Abbey^ Hants, 

Deacon, Ernest Howard; left 1887 ' 

8 Devonport Street^ Oxford Terrace^ W, 

Demuth, Alfred Francis ; left 1889 
Douglas, Archibald Campbell; left 1890 

Member Lincoln's Inn ; District Commr. Southern Nigeria Protectorate, W. 
Africa ; also Commissioner and Judicial Officer of Supreme Court of 
Southern Nigeria; served in Benin exped. 1899 ; in Aro exped. 1901-2 ; 
Sports and Primrose Clubs 

cjo Sir C, R. McGrigor^ Bart, 6^ Co,^ 23 Charles 

Street^ St James^Sy S. W, 
Rock Cottage^ Avonwick^ Devon 

Elkington, John Egbert; left 1891 

F. xi 1888-90; Gym. Rep. 1890-1 ; B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1902 Bertha 
Caroline, 2 d. of John Hilton, Esq., F.R.S., F.R.C.S., of Headingham 
House, Clapham Common, and Sible Headingham, Essex 

2 Berkeley Place^ Cheltenham 
Poster, Archibald Sampson ; leff 1890 Ob. 

Ent. Sch. 1886 ; Worsley Prize 1889 ; F. xi 1890 ; P. ; formerly in Assam 

Poster, Richard; left 1889 

M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 1897 Alice, 3 d. of J. C. Hayward, Esq., of 
Farningham, Kent ; Foreign Banker and Merchant ; City of London 
Club 

Roden House^ Brentwood^ Essex 
Harrison, Spencer Henry; left 1890 

Pemb. Coll. Oxf.; H.O. 1896; m. Annabel, d. of A. W. Hall, Esq., of 
Barton Abbey, Oxon ; \'\q. of Steeple Barton 1898-1903 ; Rec. of 
Aswarby from 1903 

The Rev. S. H. Harrison, 

Aswarby Rectory^ Folkingham 

Hayter, Cecil Qoodenousrh ; left 1889 

Journalist 

6 Foulis Terrace^ Onslow Square^ S, W, 

X 



154 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1886 

Hickley, Herbert Howard Julian; left 1891 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Imp. Yeom. ; Inspector of 
Lands, S. Africa, from 1902 

82 Elm Park Gardens, S. W. 
Hickley, Victor Allen ; left 1891 

C. xi 1891 ; F. xi 1891 ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with the 
Staffordshire (6th Co.) Imp. Yeom. ; Brewer ; Walsall Club (Walsall) 

The Elms, Taunton 
Hunt, Resrinald Kenrick Cyril; left 1891 

Fell Exhib. and B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) 
SO Evelyn Gardens, S, W, 

Jeffreys, Arthur Henry; left 1891 

C. xi 1890-1 ; Racquets Rep. 1891 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1901 Pearl, 3 d. of 
W. R. Newton, Esq., of New South Wales 

Canterton Manor, Lyndhurst, Hants. 
Johnstone, Wilfred John Buston ; left 1889 

M. 1898 Adeline May, d. of Rev. Nevison Loraine, of Grove Park Vicarage, 
Chiswick ; (East India) Merchant 

26 Budge Row, Cannon Street, E,C. 
Littleworth Cottage, Esher, Surrey 

Jowitt, Robert; left 1888 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1895 Ad^le May, elder d. of Dr. R. Palgrave 
Simpson, of Weymouth ; Wool Merchant 

Mekombe, Newton Park, Leeds 
Kin^f, James Alexander Gordon; left 1889 Ob. May 1904 

P« ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; Capt. Scots Guards 

Laird, Hugh Stevenson; left 1890 

C. xi 1888-9; F. xi 18S8-9; P.; m. 1900 Elizabeth, eld. d. of William 
Laird, Esq., of Birkenhead 

Devonshire Place, Birkenhead 
Little, James; left 1890 

B.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; m. 1904 ; Barr. Inner 
Temple; practising at Irish Bar; New University and Sports Clubs 
(London), University and Royal St. George Yacht Clubs (Dublin) 

16 Herbert Street, Dublin 
Louis, Porster Belfield; left 1887 



i886] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 155 

Macdonald, Norman Matheson ; left 1890 

viii 1889-90 ; P. ; in business in New York, formerly in Calcutta ; 
Caledonian (London) and Calumet (New York) Clubs 

66 Beaver Street^ New York^ U.S. A, 
gS Barley Street, W. 

Mark, Penrose ; left 1891 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp.) ; assumed the 
additional name of Wardlaw 1895 ; Capt. Somerset L.I. ; Isthmian and 
R. South- Western Yacht Clubs 

Captain P. M. Wardlaw, Somerset L.I., 

c\o Messrs. Cox <5r» Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 
Little Milton, Wallingford, Berks. 

Marshall, Charles Cecil ; left 1890 

Ent. Sch. 1886 ; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii (cox.) 1892 ; 
H.O. 1898 ; Cur. of Chapel AUerton from 1903 

The Rev, C. C. Marshall, 

6 Newton Terrace, Chapel AUerton, Leeds • 

Melville, Robert Qeorge ; left 1891 Ob. 1892 

Morsran, Tom Vaughan Pascoe ; left 1889 

viii 1888 ; served in S. African War 1889-1902 with Imp. Yeom. ; Bath 
Club 

22 Harrington Gardens, S. W. 
Morreil, Hu^rh St. John ; left 1889 Ob. 

Lieut. Cheshire Regt. 

Mosley, George Edmund; left 1888 

Ent. Sch. 1886 ; C. xi 1888 

Mountmorres, Viscount (Sir 'William Geoffrey Bouchard de Mont- 
morency, i2th Bart.); left 1890 

Ent. Sch. 1886 ; viii 1890 ; Gym. Rep. 1889 ; P. ; Exhib. Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; 
Ball. Coll. viii, Henley 1891 ; L.C.C. 1895 ; m. 1894 Bessie L. C, d. of 
S. T. Rowe, Esq., of Trecarrel, Redruth ; succeeded his father as 6th 
Viscount 1880 ; Jun. Carlton and Garrick Clubs 

The Viscount Mountmorres, 
Woodlands, Mitcham, Surrey 

Mowbray, Basil Charles ; left 1888 Ob. 1899 

Lieut. Highland L.I. ; died in India 



156 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1886 

Nelson, Alfred Leonard ; left 1890 

C. xi 1888-90; F. xi 1888-9; Fives Rep. 1890; B.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; 
m. 1904 Winifred Heaton, youngest d. of the late Wm. Barwell, Esq., 
J. P., pf Edgbaston ; in Canada 

c\o G, H, Nelson^ Esg,y 7 King Street^ Cheap side ^ E. C, 
Orlebar, Edward Yarde ; left 1891 

Ent. Sch. 1886 ; Gibbs Sch. 1887 ; C. xi 1889-91 (Capt.) ; Racquets Rep. 
1889-91; F. xi 1888-90: P.; M.A. New Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. 
Hist.) ; New Coll. Cricket and Football xi's ; H.0. 1896 ; ra. 1902 Lucy 
Eleanor, d. of the late Lt.-Col. H. Thornton, Gren. Guards, of 
Mugger hanger, Sandy ; Vic. of Steeple Morden from 1902 

The Rev. E, Y. Orlebar, 

Steeple Morden Vicarage^ Royston^ Herts, 

Pettit, Arthur Edward ; left 1891 

P. ; viii 1891 ; served in S. African War (1899-1902) as Capt. in the Rand 
Mines Guard; awarded bronze medal, R. Humane Society, Nov. 1903, 
for rescue of four whites and thirteen natives at the Simmer and Jack 
East .Mine, Germiston> Transvaal ; J.P. Witwatersrand Dist., Transvaal ; 
Mining Engineer 

Oatlands Park^ Weybridge^ Surrey 
Pi^rcy, George Husrh; left 1888 

B.N.C, Oxf,; "vvon College Sculls two years; m. 1898 Mary Harvey 
Maysmor, only child of the late F. H. M. Leader, Esq., of Hampton 
Wick 

Snapethorpe^ Wimborne Road, Bournemouth 
Saunders, Arthur Ramsay ; left 1889 
Sich, Henry Hverard Frederick ; left 1889 

C. xi 1887-9; ser\^ed in S. African War (1899-1902) with Imp. Yeom. ; 
Company Director 

Waltham Lodge^ Chiswick, W. 
Smith -Marriott, Charles Ernest ; left 1888 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1900 Frances Julia Elizabeth, d. of Rev. F. 
H. Smith-Marriott ; Solicitor 

Stonedeny Hawkhurst^ Kent 
Soames, Qerald Martin ; left 1888 

C. xi 1886-8 ; m. 1895 Geraldine May, only d. of Capt. Gerald Walker, 
15th Hussars, of Sand Hutton, York ; Partner in a Brewery ; Raleigh, 
M.C.C., and I Zingari Clubs 

Welton House, nr, Daventry 



7. 



1886-7] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 157 

Talbot, Henry Arthur; left 1888 

7j Brunswick Place^ Hove, Brighton 

Trollope, Fabian Qeors^e ; left 1890 

C. xi 1890 

Fairmile Hatch, Cobham, Surrey 
36 Sloane Court, S. W. 

Williamson, Arthur Denholm Philip ; left 1888 

Mahogany Merchant ; Sports Club 

Flues Lodge, Belize, British Honduras 



1887. 
Alexander, Boyd ; left 1891 

Gjnn. Rep. 189 1 ; served in Ashanti War J898, present at relief of 
Kumassi ; in Rifle Brig, from 1903 ; F.R.G.S., F.Z.S. ; Jun. Con- 
stitutional Club 

Boyd Alexander, Esq., Rifle Brigade, 

cjo Messrs. Cox <5r* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 
Wilsley, Cranbrook, Kent 

Alexander, Robert; left 1891 

Gym. Rep. 1889-90 ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 with Imp. 
Yeom. (ment. in desp.), latterly as galloper to Gen. Sir Bruce 
Hamilton, K.C.B. ; late Capt. Rifle Brig. Mil. ; Sports Club 

Wilsley, Cranbrook, Kent 
Angerstein, Julius Henry William ; left 1889 

M. 1897 Caroline Elizabeth, d. of late G. Davies, Esq. ; Farming in New 
Zealand 

Wellington, New Zealand 

Baker, Harold Vinins: ; left 1892 

B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (3rd Class Law) ; m. 1904 Edith Katharine, 3 d. of 
the late S. George James, Esq., of 14 Lansdown Crescent, Bath ; Trout 
farming ; New Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Norton House, Baldock, Herts, 
Beckwith, Claude ; left 1889 

M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. ; H.0. 1902 ; Asst. Cur., Richmond, Surrey, from 1902 

The Rev. Claude Beckwith, 
Richmond, Surrey 
14 Eaton Place, S, W, 



158 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1887 

Bell, Maurice Willousrhby Qrey ; left 1889 Ob. Jan. 1899 

Late Bedfordshire Mil. ; murdered by Natives in Congo Territory 

Birch, Lewis Henry Peregrine ; left 1891 

Late Northants. Mil. ; served in S. African War (1899-1902) with Imp. 
Yeom. (Sharpshooters) 

Cranfordy Kettering 

Bliss, Cyril Lindsay; left 1890 
Blunt, Wugh Roper ; left 1893 

C. xi 1892-3 ; P. ; Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; Mining Engineer 
Manor House^ Dorchester^ Wallingford 

Bristowe, Alexander Predericlc; left 1892 

On the Stock Exchange ; Constitutional Club 
Durlstone, Champion Hill, S.E, 

Bulloclc, Raymond Henry Yates; left 1889 

Barr. Inner Temple 

J* Pump Court y Temple^ E, C 

Clutterbuclc, Edmund Ricardo ; left 1890 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1901 ; Capt. 4th Hussars ; Cavalry Club 
Captain E. R. Clutterbuck, 4th Hussars, 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co,^ 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 

Compton, Qeor^fe; left 1889 

Served in S. African War (1889-1902) with Imp. Yeom. 

Manor House, Minstead, Lyndhurst, Hants, 

Dasliwood, Cutiibert William Lewes; left 1893 

B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. ; Artist ; Constitutional Club 

The Mount, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight 

Gilpin, Norcliffe William Bernard ; left 1889 

Jimber Merchant ; Jun. Constitutional Club 

10 Cheynf Walk, Chelsea, S, W^ 



1887] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 159 

Gordon, Donald McClean ; left 1890 

Fromefield House, Frome^ Somerset 

Hodgson, Robert MacLeod ; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1887 ; P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; played Hockey 
for Oxf. V. Camb. 1894-6 (Capt.) ; Brit. Vice-Consul at Marseilles from 
1901 

British Consulate General^ Marseilles 

jp Sinclair Road^ West Kensington^ W, 

c/o Messrs, Gamlen <5r» Burdett^ j Grafs Inn Square, 

w,a 



Hood, Alexander Nelson ; left 1889 Ob. Feb. 1902 

Formerly in Manchester Regt. ; Capt. Central India Horse ; killed in 
action near Klerksdorp in S. African War 1902 while in commd. of 
loist Co. Imp. Yeom. 

Howard, Gordon Frederick Henry Charles ; left 1889 

M. 1904, Rosamond Margaret, 2 d. of the late Edward Hudson, E^q., of 
Scarborough ; on the Stock Exchange ; New Club 

Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Lane, E, C, 
Howell, John Cyril ; left 1890 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1897 ; Cur. of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, from 
1900 

The Rev. J. C. Howell, 

20 Gerald Road, Eaton Square, S, W, 

Johnson, Ronald Marr; left 189 1 

Sewell Ent. Sch. 1887 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1889 ; Woolwich (9th in 
Competn.) 1890 ; m. 1904 Gladys Norah Beatrice, only d. of Maj.-Gen. 
John Leach, R.A. ; served with Chinese Expedition 1900-1 ; Capt. 
R.F.A. ; Army and Navy Club 

Captain R. Marr Johnson, R.F.A., 

cjo Messrs, Glutton &> Johnson, p Whitehall Place, S, W, 

Lewis, Cyril Arthur Liddon ; left 1892 

F. xi 1890-2 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1892 ; B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; m. 1904 Hilda, elder 
d. of H. Percy Boulnois, Esq., of Bisham, Berks ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn 

5 New Square, Lincoln^ s Inn, W, C, 

Lister, Henry Cory ton ; left 1891 
Fives Rep. 1891 

Buluwayo, S, Africa 



i6o ROBEBT JAMES WILSON [1887 

Llewellyn, Arthur; left 1890 

viii 1889-90 ; P. ; m. 1895 Meriel, younger d. of the late F. Byrne, Esq., of 
17 Queensberry Place, S.W. ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Capt. 
Somerset L.I. Mil. ; Leander and Jun. United Service Clubs 

Wribbenhcdly Bewdley^ Worcestershire 
Lons:, Qeors:e Edward ; left 1889 

Maclver, David Randall; left 1892 

Ent. Sch. 1887; Gibbs Sch. 1888; Heathcote CI. Sch. 1889; James Sch. 
1891 ; Worsley Prize 1891 ; P. ; Sch. and B.A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. (2nd 
CI. Mods. ; ist CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Barr. Inner Temple ; Laycock Student 
in Egyptology, Wore. Coll. Oxf. 1900 ; Author of " Earliest Inhabitants 
of Abydos " ; part author of ** Libyan Notes," and of " El Amrah and 
Abydos " ; Royal Societies Club 

Wolverton House^ Clifton^ Bristol 
Malcolmson, George Fraser; left 1892 

viii (cox.) 1888-9, rowed 1892 ; m. 1897 Mary Georgina, eld. d. of Fi'zadam 
Millar, Esq., of Windsor, Monkstown, Co. Dublin ; Farming ; County 
Club (Waterford) 

May Park, Waterford 
Marshall, Herbert Legh Richmond Pierre; left 1892 Ob. 
Mead, Philip Clement ; left 1892 

viii 1891-2 ; m. 1903 Mary, only d. of Charles Poston, Esq., of Highfield, 
Stevenage; Solicitor 

14 Suffolk Street, Fall Mall, S. W. 
The Oaks, Stevenage, Herts, 

Newboit, Michael Robert; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1887 ; Hist. Essay 1892-3 ; P. ; Exhib. and B.A. St. John's Coll. 
Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; H.O. 1899 ; Cur. of Wantage 
from 1899 

The Rev. M. R. Newbolt, 
The Mead, Wantage 

North, Charles Napier; left 1890 

Ent. Sch. 1887 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1888 ; Woolwich (33rd) 1890 ; 
served in S. African War (1899-1902) ; in Roy. Engineers from 1893 ; 
Army and Navy Club 

C. N. North, Esq., R.E., 

cjo Messrs, Cox <5r* C4?., 16 Charing Cross, S, W 



1887] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 



ibi 



Robertson, Charles ; left 1890 

Late Highland L.I. ; Capt. Ind. Array from 1902 

Captain C. Robertson, 19th Lancers (Fane's Horse), 
Umballa, India 

Sins^ton, Ernest Qeors^e ; left 1889 Ob. 1896 

Ent. Sch. 1887 

Theobald, Edwin William Henry ; left 1891 

C. xi 1889-90; F. xi 1888-90 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1890; Fives Rep. v. Malvern 
1890- 1 ; Won Singles 1890; Racquets Rep. 1891 ; Liverpool Agent, 
Baring Bros. Ltd. 

Racquet Club^ Liverpool 
Twist, Alexander John ; left 1892 

M. 1898 Veronica Melitta, d. of Lieut. Fenn Wimmer, of the German Army 
Moat House^ Keresley^ nr. Coventry 

Upcher, Francis Russell ; left 1892 

C. xi 1890-2 (Capt.) ; P. ; Racquets Rep. 1892 ; B.A. Trin. Hall, Camb. ; 
Rep. Camb. v. Oxf. at Golf 1894-5 (Capt.) ; m. 1898 Alice, 2 d. of 
Richard Murton, Esq., of Norwich; in Tiismania from 1904 

Dover^ Tasmania 

c\o Major- General Upcher^ C,B,, D.S.O.y The Warren^ 
Fritton, Great Yarmouth 

Wethered, Joseph Robert; left 189 1 

Ent. Sch. 1887; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1890; viii 1890; F. xi 1890-1 
(Capt.) ; P. ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Capt. Glouc. Regt. 

Captain J. R. Wethered, Gloucestershire Regt.. 

cjo Messrs. Cox &* Co.^ t6 Charing Cross ^ S. IV. 

Williams, Cyril Hus^h ; left 1891 

M. 1901 Alice Mary, 2 d. of C. Jordison, Esq., of Malpas, Cheshire; Jun. 
Carlton Club 

C. H. Williams- Vaughan, Esq., 
The Hermitage^ Shrewsbury 

Williams, John Larden ; left 1891 

Hist. Essay 1890- 1 ; viii 1891 ; P. ; B.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; 
ist in Final Law Exam. 1898; Clement's Inn and Daniel Reardon Prize- 
man ; James Scott Scholar ; m. 1904 Ethel May, younger d. of W. M. 
Campbell, Esq., M.D., of i, Prince's Gate, Liverpool ; Solicitor ; member 
of firm of Messrs. Sandys, Forwood, and Williams, of 5 Cook Street, 
Liverpool 

16 Mersey Roady Aigburth, Liverpool 
Winkfield, Edward Quy Nunns ; left 1892 

viii 1890-2 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1890-1 ; Fives Rep. 1892 ; P. ; Clare Coll. 
Camb. ; Sub-Manager, Ofverums Bruk, Sweden, ironworks and blast 
furnace 

Ofveruniy Sweden 

Dry Drayton, Cambridge y 



i62 ROBERT JAAfES WILSON [1887-8 

Wrisrht, Frederick Denman ; left 1890 

C. xi 1889-90 ; F. xi 1889 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Mechanical Engineer ; 
worked at construction of the Great Central Railway 

Mapper Uy Lodge^ The Parky Nottingham 
Wykeham, Aubrey Auj^ustus Henley ; left 1892 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; m. 1901 Sylvia Ruth, youngest d. of Sir Chas. 
Seely, (ist) Bart., of Sherwood Lodge, Not ingham ; Land Agent ; 
Union Club 

Pitt Place, Brighstone, L W, 



1888. 
Adams, Edward Richard ; left 1892 

Ent. Sch. 1888 ; Heathcots Math. Sch. 1891 ; served in S. African War 
(1899 -1 902) 

Adams, Pliilip James Cadwallader ; left 1889 
Badeley, Henry John Fanshawe; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1888 ; Worsley Prize 1892 ; P. ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; 
Trin. Coll. viii, Thames Cup, Henley R gatta, 1894 ; ran in Quarter 
Mile V. Camb. 1897 ; won Parliamentary Golf Handicap 1901 ; Clerk 
in House of Lords from 1897 ; Priv. Sec. to Clerk of the Crown 1903-4; 
Travellers', Boodle's, and Wellington Clubs 

26 Buckingham Gate^ S,W, 
West Cliff Cottage^ Bude^ North Cornwall 

Balcer, Alfred Henry; left 1891 Ob. May 1903 

viii (cox.) 1890- 1 ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. ; on the Stock Exchange 

Barlcer, Charles Cyril; left 1892 

C. xi 1890-2; F. xi 1889-91 ; served in S. African War (1899-1902) with 
58th Co. Imp. Yeom. ; played Hockey for Middlesex, and for an English 
team v. France ; on the Stock Exchange 

p Tokenhouse Yard, E.C 
Craven House, Hampton Court 

Bliss, Bernard Worthins^ton ; left 1890 Ob. 1902 

Bourne, Henry Roland Murray; left 1893 

viii 1891-3 (Capt.); F. xi 1892; Fencing Rep. 1891-2 (bronze medal at 
Aldershot both years) ; Boxing Rep. 1893 5 ^•^- ^^93 i ^^^ Coll. Oxf. ; 
passed ist from Militia 1896; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. 
in desp.) ; Capt. The Royal Scots 

Captain H. R. M. Bourne, The Royal Scots, 

cjo Messrs, Cox &^ Co,^ 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
Cozvarne Court, Ledbury, Herefordshire 



i888] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 163 

Bower, Maurice Syndercombe ; lefc 1894 

viii 1893-4 (Capt.) » ^.P. 1893 ; Cirencester Agric. Coll. ; m. 1901 Geraldine 
Halliburton, younger d. of Brenton H. Collins, Esq., J. P., of Dunorlan, 
Tunbridge Wells ; farming in Argentine 

Ciento Once, P'gii^'i F.C.S., Buenos Aires 
Fontmell Paroa, Shillingstone, Dorset 

Brandreth, Humphrey ChaHes Witliam Ob. April 1890 

Died at Radley 

Bullock, Richard Cecil; left 1891 

Civil Engineer ; late Engineer on the London and India Docks 
4 Porchester Square, Hyde Park, W, 
Lansdown Vilia, Upper Weston, Bath 

Burnand, Ivor Brassey ; left 1890 

M.A. Clare Coll. Camb. ; Solicitor ; partner in the firm of Messrs. Gates & 
Burnand, 14 Ship Street, Brighton ; New University Club 

25 The Drive, Brighton 
Byns:, Ivo Francis; left 1892 

P.; Gym. Rep. 1892; m. 1901 Agnes Constance, d. of late S. Smith- 
Travers, Esq., of Hobart, Tasmania 

The Hon. I. F. Byng, 

do The Rev, the Earl cf Strafford, Wrotham Park, 
Bamet, Middlesex 

Cleather, Edward Gordon ; lefc 1891 

M. 1897 Ethel Lillis, only d. of John Scott, Esq., of Dublin ; Professor of 
Singing to the Royal Coll. of Music, Dublin, 1895-1901 ; Grosvenor Club 

jrf Duke's Avenue, Chiswick, W, 
Cobb, Charlewood Francis; left 1891 

M. 1897 Carrie, eld. d. of J. N. Sutherland, Esq., of St. John, New Bruns- 
wick 

<?7 Bismark Avenue, Toronto, Canada 

c\o A, B, Cobb, Esq., Dal by Square, Margate 

Croft, Benjamin ; left 1891 

Ent. Sch. 1888 ; London Univ. Ma trie, (ist Div.j 1892 ; m. 1898 Margaret 
Elizabeth, 2 d. of William Perry, Esq.. or Weymouth ; Chartered 
Accountant ; Accountant to Board of Green Cloth from 1901 ; Lieut. 
2oth Middlesex (Artists') R. Vol. 

Board of Green Cloth, Buckingham Palace, S, W. 
Burlton Lodge, Barnes Common, S. W, 

Dunster, Henry Thomas; left 1890 Ob, March 1902 

Ent. Sch. 1889 ; Gibbs Sch. 1890 



1 64 ROBERT JAMES WILSO.V [i88^ 

Edmunds, Leslie Wynne; left 1891 

viii 1891 ; P. ; M A. Queen's Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Nat. Sci.); Queen's Coll. 
viii, Ladies' Plate, Tienley Regatta 1891-2 ; ran in Inter-Univ. Sports 
(three miles) 1894; m. 1899 Laura Frances, 2 d. of Capt. R. Altamont 
Smythe, of Courtnafarraga, Killiney ; served in Rhodesia under Selous 
in Rebellion of 1896 ; Junior Inspector under Congested Districts Board, 
Ireland ; Leander Club 

St, Marys Terrace^ Gahvay 
Elkinsrton, David; left 1892 

C. xi 1891 ; F. xi 1891 ; Gym. Rep. 1892 

Elton, Bernard Arthur; left 1892 

B.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. 

Clsvedon Courts ClevedoUy Somerset 

Farrer, Reginald Elphlnstone Astley Loftus; left 1890 
Qibson, William Qeorge; left 1890 

M.A. Trin. Coll. Dubl. (Respondency 1895); m. 1904 Hilda Mary, 
only d. of William Gow, Esq., of Mossley Hill, Liverpool ; Barrister ; 
Crown Prosecutor for Co. Carlow ; University Club (Dublin) 

39 Upper Fitzwilliam Street^ Dublin 
Hall, Martin Julian ; left 1891 

In S. Africa from 1893 

Zout Kloofs Laingsburg^ Cape Colony 
go Eaton Place, S. IV. 

Henderson, Edward Lowry; left 1892 

F. xi 1891 ; P.; M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. Hist.); Oriel Coll. 
viii and F. xi ; H.O. 1899 ; Cur. of St. Anne's, Limehouse, from 1899 

The Rev. E. L. Henderson, 

Clergy House, 644 Commercial Road, Limehouse, E, 

Howard, Percival; left 1894 

P. ; M.A. St. Cath. Coll. Camb. ; H.O. 1899 ; Cur. of Heath Hayes, 
Cannock, from 1904 

1 he Rev. Percival Howard, 

Heath Hayes, Cannock, Stafford 

Howard-Vyse, George Aubrey ; left 1893 

Served in S. African War 1899-1902 (ment. in desp.) ; Capt. The King's 
(Liverpool) Regt. 

Captain G. A. Howard-Vyse, The King's Regiment, 
c\o Messrs, Cox cr' Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. W* 
The Lawn, Witham, Essex 



i888] ROBERT JAMES WILSON 165 

Izon, John Alexander; left 1890 Ob. 

Kempe, Edward; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1888 ; Gibbs Sch. 1889 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1890 ; James Sch. 
1892 ; Hist. Essay 1892 ; Gold Medal 1892 ; P. ; Sch. Line. Coll. Oxf. ; 
engaged in Literary Work ; in New Zealand 

Lavethan^ Cambridge^ Waikato^ New Zealand 
14 Montagu Place^ Hyde Parky W. 

Law, Hubert Harry Bins^ham; left 1890 

Leadbetter, John Wilfrid Rose ; left 1892 

WtV/owSf High Wycombe 

Mayne, Charles Robert Qraham ; left 1892 

Camb. ; srrved in Aro Exped. in S. Nigeria 1902 (ment. in desp. 
C.M.G.) ; Capt. Highland L.L 

Captain C. R. G. Mayne, C.M.G., Highland L.L, 
c\o Messrs. Cox &^ Co.^ 16 Charing Cross ^ S. W, 

Nelson, John Percival ; left 1892 

Merton Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1903 Helen de Guise, 8 d. of Barten F. Allen, Esq., 
of Leamington ; late Lieut, ist V.B. Royal Warwick Regt. ; served in 
S. African War 1901-2 with 2nd Vol. Service Co. 

Zo /Caia, Queen^s Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire 
Oxenden, Basil Heneag:e Dixwell; left 1892 

C. xi 1891-2 ; Fives Rep. 1892 ; served in S, African War (1899- 1902) with 
Imp. Yeom. 

St, Jameses Club, Piccadilly ^ W. 
Palmer, Cecil Howard; left 1891 

C. xi 1890-1 ; F. xi 1890; P. ; m. 1903 Hilda Beatrice, eld. d. of Gerald 
Hall, Esq., J. P., of Anstey Manor, Alton, Hants ; served in S. African 
War 1900- 1902 (ment. in desp.); Capt. Worcestershire Regt. 

Captain C. H. Palmer, Worcestershire Regiment, 
c/o Messrs. Cox 6r» Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 
JEast Worldham, Alton, Hants, 

Robinson, Edmund Allen ; left 1889 

Rudge, Edward John Henry ; left 1893 

viii 1893 ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1893 and 1896 (str.) ; 
rowed in London R.C. viii (Grand Challenge at Henley) 1898-9, 1901 ; 
m. 1901 Emily Alford, 2 d. of the late W. Parry Cecil, Esq., of Duffryn 
House, Surbito.i Hill; Medical Practitioner; M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. ; Constitutional Club 

15 Queen^s Road, Beckenham 
Ardnave^ Bassett, Southampton 



i66 ROBERT JAMES WILSON [1888 

Sharpe, Stanley Lancelot; left 1892 

viii 1891-2 ; Trin. Ha'.l Camb. ; served in S. African War 1900-1 with 
Canadian Mtd. Rifles ; Farming in Canada 

Moosomin^ Assiniboia^ N, W, Territory^ Canada 
Monachus HousCy Hartley IVintney^ Hants, 

Sich, Charles Octavlus ; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1888 ; C. xi 1892-3 ; F. xi 1892 ; P. ; Solicitor ; Auxiliary Forces 
Club 

Waltham- Lodge^ Chiswick^ W, 

Steuart, Dous^las Halpin; left 1890 
Steuart, Ivan Eds^ar Stuart ; left 1890 
Steward, John Manwarlns: ; left 1893 

viii 1892-3 ; B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1900 ; 
Melanesian Mission from 1903 

The Rev. J. M. Steward, 

Maravovo^ Guardalcanar^ Florida^ Solomon Islands 

Stretch, Theodore Henry Ernest ; left 1893 Ob. May 1897 

viii 1892-3 ; P. ; New Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1894 ; Oxf. 
Univ. viii 1894-5; won "Visitors'" 1895, Leander "Grand" 1896 at 
Henley Regatta 

Taubman, Qerald Qoldle- ; left 1891 

18 Pelham Crescent^ South Kensington^ S, W, 

Webb, Charles Johnston Bourne ; left 1893 

C. xi 1891-3 (Capt.); P.; B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.); 
Assist. Master at Radley 1902; Schoolmaster; Hon. Sec. Radley 
Rangers C.C. ; M.C.C. and Blenheim Clubs 

The Old Ride^ Branksome^ Bournemouth 
The Deanery^ Salisbury 

Wedemeyer, Edward Rudolph ; left 1890 

Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Langroydy Didsbury^ Manchester 

Whitworth-Jones, Robert Newton ; left 1892 

Trin. Hall, Camb. ; Trin. Hall viii (head of the river) 1893 ; Camb. Univ. 
Trial viii, 1893 ; on the Stock Exchange 

152 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E. C. 
Ladyham, Burford, Oxon 

Woollcombe, Kenneth Macauley ; left 1891 Ob. Dec. 1903 

Late 20th Hussars ; Lieut. Indian Army (121st Pioneers) ; died at Bombay, 
the result of an accident 



889] i67 



REV. HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON, M.A. 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1889. 



1889. 

Anstey, Theodore Reg:inald ; left 1894 

F. xi 1893 ; P. ; M.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1903 ; 
Cur. of Wantage from 1903 

The Rev. T. R. Anstey, 

The Mead^ Wantage^ Berks, 

Bailey, St. Ueorg:e Brooke Allanson ; left 1894 

Ent. Sell. 1889; Hist. Essay 1894; C. xi 1892-4 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1893; 
Racquets Rep. 1892-4 ; Fives Rep. 1893 ; P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; 
Rep. Tennis, Oxf. v. Camb. 1896 ; m. 1902 Mary Kathleen, 2 d. of W. R. 
Buck, Esq. (late War Office), of West Ham House, Esse^ ; on the Stock 
Exchange 

Rothesay y Lemsford Road^ St, Albans 
Beckwith, Arthur Thackeray ; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1889; F. xi 1891-2 ; m. 1904 Dorothy Mary, d. of J. B. 
Thomson, Esq., I.C.S. ; served in S. African War 1899-1901 (twice ment. 
in desp.) ; in Aden Hinterland, 1903-4 ; Capt. Hampshire Regt. 

Captain A. T. Beckwith, Hampshire Regt., 

c\o Henry S. King dr' Co.^ 65 Cornhill^ E.C. 
44 Emperor's Gate, South Kensington^ S. IV. 

Bradford, Arthur Danby ; left 1894 

F. xi 1892-3 ; C. xi 1893-4 5 P- J ^' ^904 Hilda Alice, 2 d. of R. W. 
Chamnev, Esq., of Nascot Grange, Watford ; in Llgyd's ; St. Stephen's 
Club ' 

Sivinton, Essex Road, Watford, Herts, 

Bristowe, Doug:la5 Qeors^e ; left 1895 

Gym. Rep. 1894 ; Farming in Canada 

Pengarth, Assiniboia, Canada 
Durlstone, Champion Hill, S.E, 

Brooke, Qeorge Edward Walker Ob. 1894 

Died at Radley 



1 68 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1889 

Bury, Bertram Edward ; left 1892 

Currie, Arthur Henry Augustus ; left 1892 

B.A. B.N.C. Oxf. ; Barr. Inner Temple 

Laugherne House^ Martley^ Worcester 

D'Alessio, David Anthony; left 1892 Ob. April 1897 

D'Alessio, John Theodore ; left 1892 

Kadikeuiy Comtantinopk 

Darwin, Robert Henry ; left 1891 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) on the Staff ; Capt. Yorkshire Regt. ; 
Sports Club 

Captain R. H. Darwin, Yorkshire Regt., 

c]o Messrs. Holt 6r» Co.^ j Whitehall Place, S. W. 
Creskeld Hall^ Arthington, Leeds 

Day, Qeorge Harold; left 1894 

Ent. Sch. 1889 ; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1893 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Barr. 
Inner Temple 

J2 Queen's Road, Bayswater, W, 
Dunn, Hew Tyringham ; left 1893 

viii 1892 

Wallingtons, Hungerford 

Feilden, Rodolph; left 1892 

M. 1903 Rose Christina, d. of Lt.-Col. H. C. Ryder, of Minden House, 
Richmond, Yorks. ; served in S. African War 1899- 1901 ; Capt. Durham 
L.I. Mil. ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 

43 Stanwick Mansions, West Kensington, W. 
Feniscowles House, Scarborough 

Foster, Raymond Leslie Vachell ; left 1893 

viii 1893 ; P. ; B.A. King's Coll. Camb. 
^ Kensington Crescent, W. 
The Molt, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, S. Devon 

Gibbons, Frederick; left 1891 

M. 1900 Nina Jessie, d. of E. Cresswell Peele, Esq., of Shrewsbury ; Farming 
Woolstone, Aston-on-Clun, Shropshire 



1889] HENRY LEWIS THOMFSOi^ 169 

Holland, Bryan Thurstan ; left 1894 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Ch. Ch. viii (cox.) at Henley, 1897; underwriting member 
of Lloyd's ; Union Club 

2 Ryder Street^ St James^s^ S, W, 
Alfrick Courty Worcester 

Lambart, Richard Frederick Lacon ; left 1891 

M. 1899 Enid, d. of S. Brunton, Esq. ; Actor ; in America from 1901 

Lawrence, Basil Lionel ; left 1893 

C. xi 1891-2 ; F. xi 1891 ; Motor Manufacturing with Messrs. Darracy and 
Co. Ltd. ; Badminton Club 

483 Oxford Street^ W. 
Heath Courts Maidenhead 

Lee, Ellis Bertram Trollope ; left 1894 

C. xi 1893-4 ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; New Oxford and Cambridge Club 
Belgrave Mansions^ Grosvenor Gardens^ S, W, 

Los:an, Malcolm Hunter; left 1893 

R.I.E. Coll. Cooper's Hill ; in R.LE. Coll. viii, Rugby and Assoc. Foot- 
ball teams ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Lumsden's Horse ; 
Civil Engineer ; on construction of various railways in India 

c/o Messrs, Grindlay &* C<?., j'^/ViW/Vi^i^^/^/r^^/, 5. W. 
Malcolmson, John Fraser ; left 1894 

viii (cox.) 1893-4 

Woodloch, PortlaWy Co, Waterford 

Martin, Paulin John ; left 1893 

Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; Medical Student 
Clock House^ Abingdon 

Milne, Res^inald Charles Edward ; left 1894 

P. ; Fencing Rep. (2nd Prize) 1894 ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister 

Badminton Club, Victoria, 'British Columbia 
Glenthorne, Torquay 

Money-Coutts, Hus^h Burdett ; left 1895 

viii 1894 ; S.P. 1894 ; 2nd Fencing, Aldershot 1895 ; Sch. of Wadham 
Coll. and B.A. New Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; New 
Coll. Torpid, head of the river 1896; New Coll. viii (str.), head of the 
river 1898-9 ; won iv's at Oxford, and Visitors' Cup, Henley Regatta, 
1898; ist Whip to University Drag, 1898-9; m. 1900 Hester Frances, 
Ad. of Maj.-Gen. J. C. Russell, M.V.O., of Barton Court, Canterbury ; 
Banker ; Junior Partner in Messrs. Coutts & Co. from 1902 ; Lieut. R. 
Naval Vols. ; White's, Oxford and Cambridge, and Nat. Liberal Clubs 

J7 Courtfield Road, S, W. 
Stodham Park, East Liss, Hants, 



I70 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1889 

Monro, Arthur Russell ; left 1892 Ob. 1893 

Mowbray, John Leslie ; left 1894 

viii 1894 ; P. ; in R.A. from 1900 ; Lieut. R. Horse Artillery ; United 
Service Club 

J. L. Mowbray, Esq., R.H.A., 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ C<?., 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 

Nash, Philip Arthur Manley ; left 1893 

Ent. Sch. 1889; Heathcote Math. Sch. 1892; F. xi 1892-3 (Capt.) ; viii 
1893 ; P. ; Engineer ; Loco. Engineer Superintendent East India Rly. 
1898-1904; Sec. to all Loco. Engineers in India, Ceylon, and Burma 
from 1904 

Jamalpur^ Bengal^ India 
Somerby Rectory^ Grantham^ Lincolnshire 

Nicholas, Qeor^e Davenport ; left 1892 

On the Stock Exchange 

St MichaePs House, Randolph Gardens, Kilburn, N. W, 

Pearson, William Jepson ; left 1893 

Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer 

Crompton Fold, Bolton, Lancashire 

Read, Charles Arthur ; left 1892 

M. 1902 Daisy Anne, 2 d. of Frederick Pride, Esq., of Portland Street, W. ; 
Company Secretary 

232 Hornsey Road, N 
5ankey, Richard Harvey ; left 1893 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (4th CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Doctor ; M.R.C.S. Eng. ; L.R.C.P. 
Lond. ; late House Surgeon and Physician, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford 

Littlemore, Oxford 
Scobell, Qeors:e Barton; left 1892 

C. xi 1892 ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; m. 1903 Constance 
Anna, wid. of late E. Allan Bucknall, Esq., and d. of late M. G. S. 
Knapp, Esq., of Linford Hall, Bucks. ; J. P. Somerset 

Kingwell Hall, Bath 
Smith, Frederick Stuart Le Blanc; left 1895 

viii 1894-5; F. xi 1894; P. ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf.; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 
J897-8 ; Spare man Oxf. Univ. viii 1899 ; Member of Stock Exchange 

Stock Exchange, E, C. 
I^aggan House, Maidenhead 



1889-90] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 171 

Soames, Alan Frederick ; left 1894 

C. xi 1892-4 ; P. ; New Coll. Oxf. ; Stock Jobber ; Raleigh Club 
Hall Grovty Bagshot^ Surrey 

Squire, Qeor^e Fredericic ; left 1890 

Ent. Sch. 1889 ; Cooper's Hill 

Stapleton-Cotton, Robert Francis; left 1891 

Served in Matabele War 1896 ; in S. African War (1899- 1902) in Rhodesian 
Horse under Gen. Plumer, C.B. ; Rand Club (Johannesburg) 

BuluwayOy S, Africa 

Samerford^ Brewood^ Staffordshire 

Statter, Robert Clare; left 1893 

F. xi 1892 ; P. ; B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) 
Warren Side^ Wallasey^ Cheshire 

Thouron, Henry ; left 1894 

M. 1904 Emily, d. of Judge Gray, of Wilmington, Delaware Co., U.S.A. ; 
Philadelphia Club (America) 

ly Queen Annes Gate^ Westminster^ S, W, 
Newhaw Fartn^ Addlestone^ Surrey 

Way, Basil Quy ; left 1889 

B.A. Ex. Col'. Oxf. ; H.O. 1900; Inc. of St. George's, Banff, Canada from 
1904 

The Rev. B. G. Way, 

Banffy Ontario^ Canada 
Arlesey^ Hitchin^ Herts, 

Wethered, Ernest ; left 1894 

viii (cox.) 1892 ; P. ; M.B. Lond. Univ. ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. ; House 
Physician, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1900- 1 ; served in S. African War 
1901-2 with Civil Medical Corps; House Surgeon, Royal Infirmary, 
Derby, 1903-4 

Hurley Vicarage^ Marlotv, Bucks. 

1890. 
Bostoclc, Arthur Hastinj^s ; left 1894 

F. xi 1893-4 (Capt.) ; C. xi 1894 ; House Physician, St. Barth. Hosp. 
1901-2; served in S. African War 1901-2 with Civil Medical Dept. ; 
Doctor 

10 Southgate^ Chichester 
Boulderson, Thomas Henry Boulderson ; left 1894 

Keble Coll. Oxf. ; Singing (Tenor) 

7J Princess Street^ Cavendish Square^ W. 



172 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1890 

Bytis:, Antony Schomber^ ; left 1892 

M. 1902 Lucy Margaret, youngest d. of E. H. Greenly, Esq., of Titley 
Court, Herefordshire 

The Hon. A. S. Byng, 

c\o The Rev, the Earl of Strafford^ Wrotham Park^ 
Barnet, Middlesex 

Cartwrig:ht, Basil Osborn ; left 1893 

Exhib. and B.A. King's Coll. Camb. (ist CI. Nat. Sci. Tripos) ; formerly 
Asst. Master, King William's Coll., Isle of Man ; at a school in Bangkok 
from 1902 

SapatoufHy Bangkok^ Siam 
Charlewood, Charles Aubrey; left 1892 

Civil Engineer ; in South Africa 

Beaumont Cote^ Bolton-le-Sands, Carnforth 

Child, Qeors:e Danvers ; left 1892 

In Canada 

The Knoll^ Cockingtou, Torquay 

Chinnock, Hubert Somerset; left 1893 

C. xi 1891-3 ; F. xi 1891-2 ; Racquets Rep. 1893 ; P. ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; Jun. 
Carlton Club 

Ditiorben Court, Crookham, Fleets R.S»0., Hants, 
Cholmley, Hus^h Alfred ; left 1891 

Served in S. African War 1900-2 ; late Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards ; Lieut. 
Yorkshire Hussars from 1904 ; Jun. Constitutional and Yorkshire (York) 
Clubs 

jPlace Newton, Billington, York 
Claughton, William Thomas Alban ; left 1895 

C. xi 1895 ; Organist of Priory Church, Great Malvern, 1898-1904 ; of 
Bryanston Church, Dorset, from 1904 

Stoneville, Blandford, Dorset 
Cleland-Henderson, Fletcher Hayes ; left 1893 

F. xi 1891-2 ; m. 1902 Zoe Wynyard, eld. d. of G. M. J. Higginson, Esq., 
♦Fleet Paymaster, R.N., of the Moorings, Rock Ferry ; late Sherwood 
Foresters ; served as a Volunteer in S. African War (1899- 1902) with ist 
Batt. Gordon Highrs., and was present at Magersfontein, Doornkop 
(wounded), and Paardeberg (ment. in desp.) ; Farming in Canada ; 
assumed n ame of Henderson- Cleland in lieu of Cleland-Henderson by 
royal licence 1893 

F. H. Henderson-Cleland, Esq., 

c\o Hudson Bay Co., Battleford, Saskatchewan, N, W. 

Territory, Canada 
cjo Messrs, Nunn, Popham, 6^ Starkie, 140 Leadenhall 
Street, E,C, 

Crichton, Frederick Marcus ; left 1896 

B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 

Netley Castle, Netley Abbey, Hants, 



1890] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 173 

Grossman, George Lytton ; left 1895 

Cxi 1894-5; F. xi 1894; Fives Rep. 1894-5; P.; served in S. African 
War 1899- 1902 (twice ment. in desp. ; D.S.O.); Capt. West Yorkshire 
Regt. ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 

Captain G. L. Grossman, D.S.O., West Yorkshire Regt., 
c\o Messrs, Cox 6r» Q?., 16 Charing Cross^ S, W, 
Hambrook, Bristol 

Fisher, Harold Pearson; left 1895 

Ent. Sch. J 890; Civil Engineer ; Steam Haulage Contractor 
Kingsland Road^ Alton^ Hants, 

Qreaves, Cyril Darnton ; left 1890 

M. 1902 Emily Gertrude, only d. of Thomas Turner, Esq., J.P., of Somer- 
field, Thongsbridge, Huddersfield ; Solicitor 

Brentwood^ Westbourne Park Road^ Bournemouth 
Qreenshields, Qeorge Loclctiart ; left 1895 Ob. 1901 

C. xi 1894-5 ; F. xi 1894 ; P. ; B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; 
served in S. African War 1899- 1901 with Imp. Yeom. ; killed in action 

Hare, Bertram Frederick Trelawny ; left 1893 

Jesus Coll. Camb. ; m. 1899 Ethel, d. of Lt.-Col. W. H. Coaker, R.E. 
Belmont^ South Brent^ Devon 

Harman, John An^^us; left 1893 

Wootton Hill^ New Milton^ S,0.f Hants. 

Harrison, Michael Hermann ; left 1894 

Ent. Sch. 1890 ; Gibbs Sch. 1891 ; viii 1893-4 ; P. ; Exhib^ Wore. Coll. 
and B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; I.C.S. from 1899 ; Acting 
Commissioner, Lahore District 

Ferozeporey Punjab^ India 
J Mountjoy Square^ Dublin 

Heap, Richard Rankin ; left 1893 

M.Sc. Victoria University (Hon. in Engineering) ; Merchant ; Auxiliary 
Forces Club 

Blackmoor^ West Derby ^ Liverpool 
Hill, Hon. Charles Rowland Clegg- ; left 1894 

M. 1903 Mildred, d. of Thomas Bulteel, Esq., of Radford, South Devon ; 
served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; wounded at Nooitgedach (twice 
ment. in desp. ; D.S.O.) ; Lieiit. R. W. Fusiliers ; Sports Club 

The Hon. G. R. Glegg-Hill, D.S.O., Royal Welch 
Fusiliers, 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co,^ 16 Charing CrosSy S, W. 



174 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON fiS'go' 

Jeffreys, John William ; left 1894 

F. xi 1894 ; Racquets Rep. 1894 J served in S. African War (1899-1902) ; 
Capt. Durham L.I. 

Captain J. W. Jeffreys, Durham Light Infantry, 

c\o Messrs. Holt &* Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S. W. 
Canterton Manor, Lyndhurst, Hants, 

Knapp, Arthur Douglas; left 1894 

Chikondi Estate, Neno, vid Blantyre, British Central 

Africa 
Linford Hall, Wolverton, Bucks, 

Leigh, John Egerton; left 1893 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; late Lieut. R. Warwickshire Regt. ; 
Farming in Manitoba from 1902 

Broadwell Manor House, Stow-on-ihe- Wold, S,0,, 
Gloucestershire 

Lyon-Campbell, Murray Qraham ; left 1892 

Served in S. African War (1899-1902) with New Zealand Contingent; 
Farming in Cape Colony 

The Hill, Caversham, Reading 
Mackenzie, Kenneth Donald ; left 1895 

Ent. Sch. 1890 ; Heathcote Class Sch. 1892 ; Hist. Essay 1895 ; Sch. and 
M.A. Hert. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods.; ist CI. Lit. Hum.); H.O. 
1 901 ; Cur. of St. John the Evangelist, Upper Norwood, from 1903 

The Rev. K. D. Mackenzie, 

loy Auckland Road, Upper Norwood, S.E, 

Maitland, Arthur Frederick; left 1895 Ob. Feb. 1897 

New Coll. Oxf. 

Maxwell-Lyte, John Maxwell; left 1893 

Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; Rep. Oxf. v. Camb. at Swimming 1894 ; served in S. 
African War (1899- 1902) with Roberts* Horse, and as A.D.C. to Gen. 
Fetherstonhaugh ; Lieut. Northumb. Fusiliers ; employed in Agricul- 
tural Dept., Transvaal, from 1903 

J. M. Maxwell-Lyte, Esq., Northumberland Fusiliers, 
cjo Messrs, Cox 6^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 
J Portman Square, W, 

Money, Walter Fraser; left 1895 

Ent. Sch. 1890; James Sch. 1893; C. xi 1894-5; Fives Rep. 1893-5; 
Exhib. and B.A. Wore. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods.) ; Wore. Coll. Cricket 
and Football xi ; Schoolmaster ; Assist. Master at Evelyns, Hillingdon ; 
Sports Club 

Byfleet Rectory, Surrey 



i89o] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 175 

Monro, Alexander William; left 1893 

F. xi 1892 ; Permanent Inspector, Board of Agriculture and Fisheries ; 
first appointment under the Board, 1899 

Union Cluby Trafalgar Square^ S, W, 
Morgan, Edward Pascoe Vaughan ; left 1894 

On the Stock Exchange ; Isthmian Club 

22 Harrington Gardens^ S. W, 

Napier, Henry Lenox; left 1893 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; in Sherwood Foresters from 1900 
H. L. Napier, Esq., The Sherwood Foresters, 

cjo Messrs, Cox dr* Cb., 16 Charing Cross^ S, W, 

Noel-Hill, Thomas Henry; left 1896 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; succeeded his uncle as 8th Baron 1897 ; Attach^ 
at British Embassy in Paris from 1903 ; Lieut. Shropshire I.Y. ; Carlton, 
Bachelors', and Travellers* (Paris) Clubs 

The Lord Berwick, 
8 Clarges Street, W. 
Attingham Park^ Shrewsbury 

Pettit, Louis John; left 1894 

F. xi 1892-4 ; C. xi 1894 ; Cirencester Agricultural Coll. ; Farming 
Oatlands Parky Weybridge, Surrey 

Riley, Launcelot John Cockcroft ; left 1895 

F. xi 1893-4 *. C. xi 1895 ; M.A. B.N.C. Oxf. 
Putley Court, Ledbury 

Sich, Hus:h Hamilton ; left 1894 

C. xi 1893-4 1 "^- ^9°4 Mary Phyllis, 2 d. of Charles Seal, Esq., of Clydes- 
ville, OueenscliflF, Victoria, Australia 

Clyde sville, Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia 
IValtham Lodge, Chiswick^ JV, 

Stubbs, Resfinald Edward; left 1894 

Gibbs Sch. 1892 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1893 ; James Sch. 1894 J Worslev 
Prize 1893-4 ; Gold Medal 1894 ; Exhib. and B.A. C.C.C. Oxf. (ist CI. 
Mods. ; 1st CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Home Civil Service (Colonial Office) from 1900 

2/ South Street, Thurloe Square, S, W. 
Thouron, John Lonsrstock; left 1897 

viii 1896-7 ; F. xi 1896 ; Boxing Rep. Aldershot 1893-7 J ™' 1904 Amelia 
(Meda), d. of the late Julius C. F. Angerstein, Esq., Gren. Guards 

17 Queen Anne^s Gate, Westminster, S. W, 
Newhaw Farm, Addlestone, Surrey 



176 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1890-91 

Tottenham, Charles Loftus Watkin ; left 1896 

M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 

Woodstock^ Newtown Mount Kennedy^ Co, Wickloiv 

Tracy, George Courtenay ; left 1895 

C. xi 1895 » Racquets Rep. 1895 » Trin. Hall Camb. ; served in St. Helena 
during S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Lieut. West India Regt. 

G. C. Tracy, Esq., West India Regiment, 

cjo Messrs, Cox 6^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Wheen, Charles ; left 1894 

B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond. ; late Resident House 
Surgeon St. Thomas's Hospital; House Physician Royal Free Hospital 

IS5 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W, 
Wilson, Francis Holt ; left 1893 

Farming near Johannesburg, Transvaal 

Broom Hills, Botesdale, Diss 

Wright, Douglas Frederick Collier; left 1893 

M.A. Hert. Coll. Oxf. 

66 Cornwall Gardens, S,W. 

189I. 

Bagot, Caryl Ernest; left 1896 

Ent. Sch. 1891 ; F. xi 1895 ; C. xi 1896 ; P. ; Assistant of Messrs. Ralli 
Bros. (Merchants) 

c\o Messrs, Ralli Bros,, Calcutta 
Stanton Lacy, Bromfield, Shropshire 

Bayly, Charles John ; left 1896 

F. xi 1895-6 ; Land Agent ; Capt. 3rd Batt. (Mil.) R. Inniskilling Fusiliers 
Ballyarthur, Woodenbridge, Co, Wicklow 

Bayly, Edward Archibald Theodore ; left 1896 

C. xi 1895-6 ; F. xi 1895 5 P- ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; served in S. African War 
1899- 1902 (wounded); Lieut. R. Welch Fusiliers; Sports and Kildare 
Street (Dublin) Clubs 

E. A. T. Bayly, Esq., Royal Welch Fusiliers, 

c\o Messrs. Cox 6^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Benson, Charles Bindley ; left 1895 

F. xi 1893-4 5 viii 1894-5 ; P. ; m. 1904 Maud Margaret, d. of the late Col. 
L. F. Heath, Bombay Army; served in S. African War 1901-2 (ment. 
in desp. ; D.S.O.) ; Lieut. R. Warwickshire Regt. 

C. B. Benson, Esq., D.S.O., Royal Warwickshire Regt., 
cfo Messrs. Cox 6r* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 



1891] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 177 

Braithwaite, William Willes Ob. 1895 

Died at Radley 

Branston, William Bernard ; 1 ft 1894 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. : served in S. African War 1901-2; Capt. 5th Batt. (Mil.) 
Rifle Brigade ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 

61 Onslow Gardens^ S, W, 
Bridson, Tliomas Rid^way ; left 1896 

Morgan Verse Pr. 1894-5; Hist. Essav 1896; Latin Prose Pr. 1896; Eng. 
Literature Pr. 1896 ; P. ; M.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. 
Lit. Hum.) ; Architect 

23 Queen Anne^s Gate^ Westminster^ S. W, 
Bridge House, Bolton, Lancashire 

Burra, John Salkeld ; left T895 

P.; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; served in S. African War (1899-1902); Lieut. R. 
Dublin Fusiliers 

J. S. BuRRA, Esq., Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 

cjo Sir C. JR.. McGrigor, Bart., 6^ Co., 25 Charles 

Street, St. Jameses Square, S. W. 
Bockhanger, Ashford, Kent 

Cooke, Arthur Gordon Wyatt ; left 1894 

Wheatley Park, Doncaster 

Corbet, Rowland Athelstan ; left 1892 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Rhodesiau Horse 
68 Buckingham Gate, S. W. 

Cotter, Claud Rutledg^e; left 1895 

M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; H.O. 1902 ; Asst. Curate, Ch. Ch. Oxf. Mission, 
Poplar, from 1902 

The Rev. C. R. Cotter, 

Christ Church House, Poplar, E. 
Eastfield, Sherbortu, Dorset 

Cotter, Reg:inald Harwood ; left 1896 

C. xi 1896 : B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. 1902 Josephine Violet, youngest d. of 
the late Joseph Thomas, Esq., late of Framingham, Mass., U.S.A. 

I Waterloo Place, Weymouth 
Cowie, Charles Qeorg^e ; left 1894 

M. 1901 Marie Noemie, eld. d. of Mrs. C. G. Piseros', of New Orleans ; 
Cotton Merchant in America 

C. G. Cowie, Esq., Jun., 

4 Old Hall Street, Liverpool 

ig6^ Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tenn., U.S.A. 

* a 



1 78 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1891 

Crichton, Richard Edward; left 1896 

Served in S. African Wa' 1899-1902 ( vounded ; ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps 

R. E. Crichton, Esq., King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co.^ 16 Charing Cross ^ S. W. 
Netley Castle^ Netley Abbey 

D'Alessio, Qeorg^e Sydney Herbert ; If ft 1894 

Kadikeuiy Constantinople 

Doug:las, John Charles Edward ; left 1893 

B.A. Mert. Col'. Oxf. (Hon. Jurisprudence) ; Barr. Ciray's Inn ; Chief 
Clerk and Registrar, H.B.M.'s Supreme Court of China and Korea; 
Magistrate and Coroner for Shanghai District 

cjo Foreign Office^ S. IV, 
Avonwicky South Devon 

Driver, Arthur Charles ; left 1894 

Land Agent and Surveyor; with Messrs. Drivers, Jonas & Co., 23 Pall 
Mall, S.W. ; Fell. Surveyors' Inst. ; Primrose Club 

St, Andrew's Lodge^ Dean Roady Willesden Green^ N, W, 
Elwes, John Francis ; left 1893 

On exploring expedition in East Africa, 1904 
Bossington^ Bournemouth 

Qethin, Fredericlc Durrant Scott ; left 1896 

Heath. Math. Sch. 1896 ; Woolwich (37th) 1896 ; served in S. African 
War (1899-1902) ; Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 

F. D. S. Gethin, Esq., R.F.A., 

cjo Messrs. Cox & Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, IV. 
The Grove, Hythe, Southampton 

Qethin, Richard Walter 5t. Lawrance ; left 1894 

Heathcote Math. Sch. 1896 ; Woolwich (34th) 1894 (Prize for Artillery 
Fortifications); served in S. African War 1899-1902 (wounded); Capt. 
Royal Field Artillery ; Jun. United Service Club 

Captain R. W. St. L. Gethin, R.F.A., 

cjo Messrs. Cox 6^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
The Grove, Hythe, Southampton 

Qibson, Rowland Routled^e; left 1894 

F. xi 1893-4 ; served in Tirah Campaign 1897-8, including actions of 
Chagru Kotal and Dargai ; in operations in Ashanti 1900 (slightly 
wounded) ; in Dorset Regt. 1897- 1902 ; Capt. Royal Fusiliers from 1902 ; 
Jun. Naval and Mil. Club 

Captain R. R. Gibson, Rnyal Fusiliers, 

cfo Messrs. Cox &" Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 



1891] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 179 

Qibson, Thomas Qeor^e ; left 1893 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (dangerously wounded); Capt. 6th 
(Inniskilling) Dragoons ; Cavalry Club 

Captain T. G. Gibson, Inniskilling Dragoons, 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. JV. 
Leshury, R,S.O., Northumberland 

Qoff, James Caulfeild ; left 1896 

F. xi 1895-6 ; P. 

Kildare Street Club, Dublin 

Gorring^e, Mervyti Hu^h Eg:erton ; left 1895 

viii 1895 '1 !"• 1904 Margaret, youngest d. of J. Fraser, Esq., of Pukihon, 
Bulls County, N.Z. ; Sheep and Cattle Farming 

Kowhattan Valley, Mangeweka, Wellington, New 

Zealand 
Mansion Rectory, Sturminster Newton, Dorset 

Hill, Hon. Arthur Resrinald Cle^^- ; left 1895 

F. xi 1895 ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Cheshire Mil. ; 
Farming in S. Africa 

Winburg, Orange River Colony, South Africa 
Hawkstone Park, Shrewsbury 

Hornell, William Woodward ; left 1897 

Ent. Sch. (Sewell) 1891 ; P. ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd 
CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Prof, of Eng. Literature, Calcutta University 

Calcutta University, India 

Carlton Lodge, Larkhall Rise, Clapham, S, W. 

Huntley, Francis Osmond Joseph ; left 1897 

Hist. Essay 1897 J viii 1896-7 ; P. ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mod. 
Hist.) ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1900- 1 ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1901-2 ; won 
Grand Ch. Cup at Henley 1900 ; Ladies' Plate 1901 ; Rep. Oxf., 3 miles 
1899 ; Brewing 

Boxwell Court, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos, 
Jeffreys, Charles Nicholas Theodore ; left 1897 

F. xi 1895-6 (Capt.) ; viii 1896-7 ; Fencing Rep. 1896 ; S.P. 1896 ; m. 1904 
Ida Baines» youngest d. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir A. B. Forwood, Bart., 
M.P., of The Priory, Gateacre, Lanes. ; Solicitor ; Union Club 

2 Percival Terrace, Brighton 
Knig:ht, Jasper Webb ; left 1897 

viii 1896 ; Boxing Rep. 1895 ; P. ; B.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; won Inter- 
University Heavy- Weight Boxing 1900 ; Merchant (The Baltic) ; 
London Rowing Club 

lyndale House, Wimbledon Common, S, W, 



i8o HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1891 

Lei^h, Henry Es:erton ; left 1894 

Cirencester Agric. Coll. ; formerly tea-planting in Assam ; fruit ranching 
in Canada 

Kelowna Post Office^ British Columbia 

Broadivell Manor House ^ Stow-on-the- Wold, S.O., Glos, 

Liddon, John Pennethorne ; left 1893 ^^* ^^^- ^^94 

Macdonald, Eric William ; left 1896 

viii 1894-6 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1895 ; S.P. 1895 ; served in S. African War 
1900-2 (ment. in desp.) ; King's Own Scottish Borderers ; Caledonian 
Club 

E. W. Macdonald, Esq , K.O.S.B., 

c/o Messrs. Cox d^ Co., 16 CJiaring Cross, S. JF. 
PS Harley Street, W, 

Mahony, William Stow ; left 1896 

P. ; M.A; Trin. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mod. Hist.) ; H.O. 1901 ; Asst. Curate 
St. Giles*, Reading, from 1901 ; New University Club 

The Rev. W. S. Mahony, 

41 London Road, Reading 

Mitford, Bertram Lane ; left 1896 

Mitford, David Bertram Og^ilvy Freeman ; left 1894 

M. 1904 Sydney, eld. d. of T. G. Bowles, Esq., M.P., of 25 Lowndes 
Square, S.W. ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; late Lieut. 
Xorthumb. Fusiliers ; Marlborough Club 

The Hon. D. B. O. Freeman Mitford, 

Batsford Park, Moreton-in-the- Marsh, Glos. 

Pawlett, Charles Edmund ; left 1895 

Ent. Sch. 1891 

Bank House, Ashford 

Peto, Ralph Harding:; left 1891 

Migrated to Winchester ; nominated an Attache, and passed competitive 
exam. 1900 ; 3rd Sec. at Copenhagen from 1902 

H.D.M. Legation, Copenhagen 
Bridge Hilt, Canterbury 

Scobell, Henry Barton ; left 1891 

Kingtvell Hall, Bath 

Smith, Harold Robert; left 1895 

Prize for Agriculture, exam, of the Surveyors' Inst. 1904 ; Land Agent 
find Surveyor 

J'he Vicarage, Wendover, Bucks 



iSqi] henry lewis THOMPSON i8i 

Snow, Quy Edwafd ; left 1894 

Merchant 

37 Hyde Park Gate, S. W. 

5tis:and, Chauncy Hug:h ; left 1893 

Served in Somaliland Expedn. 1901 (ment. in desp.) ; Capt. Royal West 
Kent Regt. 

Captain C. H. Stigand, R. West Kent Regt., 

cjo Messrs, Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Twist, Charles Gerald; left 1895 

viii 1894-5; m. 1902 Gwendolen Mary, *d) of Dr. Griffith, of Hinckley; 
Fruit farming in America 

Azusa, Orange Co., California, U,S,A, 
Moat House, Keresley, Coventry 



Waldron, William Arthur Vau^han ; left 1894 

F. xi 1893-4 i Gym. Rep. 1894 

14 Frognal Gardens, Hampstead, N W, 

Wethered, Herbert Laurence; left 1895 

Ent. Sch. i8gi ; Gibbs Sch. 1893 ; C. xi 1893-5 ; F. xi 1893-5 (Capt.) ; 
Racquets Rep. 1895 ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Lieut. E. 
Lanes. Regt. ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 

H. L. Wethered, Esq., East Lancashire Regt., 

cjo Sir C. R, McGrigor^ Bart., 6^ Co., 2 J Charles Street, 

St. Jameses Square, S. W. 
Hurley Vicarage, Marlow, Bucks. 

Whinyates, Harold Orme; left 1894 
Whitnall, Samuel Ernest; left 1893 

B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Nat. Sci. and " Welsh Memorial " Prize 
1903) ; Med. Student at St. Thomas' Hospital ; Union and Bath Clubs 

J Down Street, W. 

The Grange, Wilmslow, Cheshire 

Woodward, Robert; left 1897 

F. xi 1896 ; P. ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. (3r J CI. Nat. Sci.) ; Barr. Inner 
Temple ; New University Club 

Robert Woodward,. Esq., Jun., 

Arley Castle, Btivdley, Worcestershire 



i82 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1891-2 

Wymer, Qeors^e Petre Leslie; left 1893 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ^s Lance-Sergt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers (ment. in desp. ; medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field) ; 
given a Commission May 1900 ; Lieut. Manchester Regt. ; Jun. Naval 
and Military Club 

G. P. L. Wymer, Esq., Manchester Regt, 

c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co,^ 16 Charing Cross ^ S, W, 

Yool, Qeors^e AlesAander ; left 1895 

viii (str.) 1895 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; First Trin. viii (str.), head of the 
river, Lent Races, 1896 ; S. Staffordshire Regt. ; Oxf. and Camb. Club 

G. A. Yool, Esq., South Staffordshire Regt., 

cjo Messrs. Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross , S, W, 
Field Place, Wey bridge, Surrey 



1892. 

Andrews, Charles Vincent William ; left 1894 

M. 1902 Maude Emily, d. of Chas. Ed. Keen, Esq., of Caistor and 
Sheffield ; Brewing 

102 Upperthorpe^ Sheffield 
Wicken Rectory, Stony Stratford 

Batty, Aubrey Edwin ; left 1894 Ob. 1895 

Burr, Malcolm ; left 1897 

C. xi 1896; P.; B.A. New Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Mod. Hist.); m. 1903 
Clara Millicent, youngest d. of the late W. J. Goode, Esq., of Hamp- 
stead ; Mining Engineer ; F.L.S., F.Z.S., F.E.S., Member Council of 
Entom. Soc. ; Author of "Flora and Fauna of Radley " ; "British 
Orthoptera '' ; " Essai sur les Eumastacides " ; and numerous smaller 
works ; Royal Societies' Club 

2j Blonifield Court, Maida Vale, IV. 
Ciiambres, Henry Birley Ob. Feb. 1895 

Died at Radley 

Craven, Hon. Charles Eric ; left 1897 

viii 1895-7 (Capt.) ; P. ; Rep. at Ald'^.rshot for Heavy-Weight Boxing 
1896-7, and won Bronze Medal 1897 ; won Sandhurst Heavy- Weight 
Boxing 1898 ; m. 1901 Amalia Kolowratek ; served in S. African War 
(1899- 1902) ; late Li.ut. Scots Guards ; Guards' and Bath Clubs 

irj St. George's Square, S. W. 

Ashdown Park, Shrivenham, R.S.O., Berks, 



1892] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 183 

Daukes, Henry Clendon ; left 1897 

Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1901 Gwladys Isabelle, youngest d. of A. H. Poyser, 
Esq. 

Roby^ Sydenham Hill, S,E. 
Dawson, Quy Rupert Finch ; left 1896 

Land Agent ; Lieut. Leicestershire Imp. Yeom. ; Wellington Club 
Launde Abbey, Leicester 

Dunn, Cecil de Sivrae; left 1895 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Canadian Scouts ; in S. African 
Constabulary 

Wallingtons, Hungerford, Berks, 
Evans, Arthur ; left 1897 

Ent. Sch. 1892 ; Gibbs Sch. 1894 ; Heathcote CI. Sch. 1895 ; Eng. Litera- 
ture Pr. 1896 ; James Sch. 1896 ; F. xi 1896 ; Fives Rep. 1897 ; P. ; 
Exhib. and B.A. Line. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) 

Stamford 
Fraser, Eric ; left 1892 Ob. 1900 

Ent. Sch. 1892 ; Lieut. Lancasliire Fusiliers ; killed in action in S. African 
War 1900 

Qillson, Robert Moore Thacker ; left 1896 

C. xi 1895-6 ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. 
Wilts Regt. ; Sports Club 

R. M. T. GiLLSON, Esq., Wiltshire Regt., 

c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
The Beeches, Winchester 

Qreen- Wilkinson, Lumley Cecil ; left 1897 

P.; M.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf.; served in S. African War 1900 with C.I.V. ; 
H.O. 1903 ; Cur. of Holy Innocents', Hammersmith, from 1903 ; Union 
Club 

The Rev. L. C. Green-Wilkinson, 
20^ Goldhawk Road, W, 

Hellard, Geoffrey Tanner ; left 1897 

Ent. Sch. 1892 ; Worsley Prize 1896 ; viii 1897 ; Sch. and B.A. Wore. Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1900 ; 
Schoolmaster (with Rev. W. H. Churchill) from 1901 

cjo Rev, W, H, Churchill, Stone House, Broadstairs 
Stogumber, Taunton 

Henniker-Major, Hon. Victor Alexander ; left 1896 

26 St, Andrew's Mansions, Dorset Street, W, 



i84 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1892 

Heron, Reginald Forde; left 1893 
Hilton, Alec Macintosh ; left 1897 

C. xi 1896-7 ; Fives Rep. 1897 ; Capt. ist Vol. Batt. The Buffs; Auxiliary 
Forces, and East Kent Clubs 

4 Summer Hill, Canterbury 
Hulton, Jessop Arthur Qrey ; left 1895 

M. 1903 Amy Louise Jones; served in S. African War 1900- 1 with Sussex 
Imp. Yeom. ; as Staff Officer from 1901 to end of the War ; Farming 
near Pretoria ; R. Geog. Soc. 

Astley House^ Bolton, Lanes, 
Jeffreys, Walter Marmaduke ; left 1896 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. (2nd CI. Nat. Sci. Tripos) ; Med. Student Univ. 
Coll. Hospital 

J4 York Place, Portman Square^ W. 
Canterton Manor, Lyndhurst, Hants, 

Leake, Theodore Edward Martin; left 1894 

R.M.A. Woolwich (25th in competition) 1896 ; served in China 1900 ; in 
Royal Engineers from 1899 

T. E. Martin Leake, Esq., R.E., 

€\o Messrs, Cox 6*' Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Lee, Geoffrey Trollope ; left 1898 

C. xi 1895-8 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1897 » Fives (1896-8) and Racquets (1897-8) 
Rep. ; ist Prize, Sabre v. Sabre, Aldershot 1897-8 ; do. Foil v. Foil 1898 ; 
S.P. 1897; served with Mtd. Infantry in S. African War 1899-1902 
(sev. wounded) ; Lieut. King's Roval Rifle Corps ; Jun. Naval and 
Military Club 

G. T. Lee, Esq., King's Royal Rifle Corps, 

cjo Messrs. Cox <5r» Co., 16 Charing , Cross, S. IV. 
Belgrave Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens, S, W. 

Leschallas, Gilbert Pi^e ; left 1896 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.; New Oxford and Cambridge Club 
Highams, Windlesham^ Surrey 

iVlonro, Harold Edward ; left 1896 

Paget, Arthur Richard ; left 1893 

Christ's Coll. Camb. ; Rep. of Messrs. Millers Ltd. (Merchants) in China 
and Japan ; Automobile Club 

cjo Messrs, Millers Ltd,, Surrey House, Victoria 

Embankment, W. C, 
Oak Lodge, Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells 



189^1 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 185 

Portman, Francis John ; left 1896 

Ent. Sch. 1892 ; Heathcote CI. Sch. 1894 ; James Sch. 1895 ; Worsley 
Prize 1895 ; C. xi 1893-6 (Capt.) ; Racquets Rep. 1896 ; Sch. and B.A. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Asst. Master at 
Sherborne 1900-2 ; Prof, of English Literature 

Mayo College^ Ajmeer^ India 
Gorton Rectory^ Sherborne 

Rawlins, Ken ward Davis Rauthmell ; lef^i894 

Grayrigg^ Farkstone^ Dorset 

Rawson, John Busfield ; left 1892 

II Queen Victoria Street^ E.G. 

Savory, Kenneth Douglas ; left L893 

M. 1903 Mabel Grace, d. of G. P. Lane, Esq. ; Actor ; Green Room Club 
II Bentinck Street^ W. 

Sealy, Qeorge Valentine Congdon ; left 1892 Ob. 1893 

Sparrow, Edward Cyril ; left 1897 

F. xi 1896 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Medical Student 

14 Stafford Mansions^ Buckingham Gate, S. JV, 
Beckmi/ister, Wolverhavipton 

Stanton, Harold John Stanton ; left 1895 Ob. 1900 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1900 as Lieut. Xorthumb. Fusiliers ; 
killed in action 

Steward, Herbert Arthur ; left 1896 

viii 1895-6 ; Racquets Rep. 1896 ; won Grand Ch. Cup at Henley, in 
Leander viii 1898 ; Surveyor ; Capt. 3rd Vol. Batt. The Queen's ; Union 
and Leander Clubs 

4S Parliament Street^ Westminster^ S. W. 
dj Gourtfield Gardens^ S, W, 

Tottenham, George Leonard ; left 1898 

viii (cox) 1895-6 ; rowed 1898 ; P. ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Univ. Coll. viii 
1899- 1902 (head of the river, 1902) ; won Ladies' Plate at Henley 1901-2 ; 
Inner Temple 

Woodstock, Newtown Mount Kennedy, Co. Wicklow 
Tyrer, Alfred Kennedy ; left 1895 

B.N.C. Oxf. 

Plas Newton, near Ghester 

Bb 



i86 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1892-3 

Utterson, Henry Kelso ; left 1894 

Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Lieut. Dorsetshire Regt. 

H. K. Utterson, Esq., Dorsetshire Regt., 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6f* Co,, 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 

Wasbroug:h, Henry Charles Sidney ; left 1896 

B.A. Trin. Hall Camb. ; Camb. Univ. Trial viii (cox) 1 900-1 ; Camb. Univ. 
viii (cox) 1902 ; Isthmian and Leander Clubs 

2g Bury Street, St, Jameses, S, IV. 
2 Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol 

Whitworth-Jones, Seymour ; left 1893 

M.R.C.S. Eng. ; L.R.C.P. Lond. ; in Indian Medical Service from 1904 

S. Whitworth-Jones, Esq., I. M.S., 

c\o Messrs, Grindlay, Groom &^ Co,, Bombay 
IIS PcL^k Road^ Hanover Gate^ N W, 

Williams, Harold Wilfred ; left 1895 

Manufacturer ; Union Club (Birmingham) 

S2 Newhall Street, Birmingham 

Rudge Hall, Pattingham, nr, Wolverhampton 

Wilson, Villiers Holt; left 1896 

F. xi 1895 i C' xi 1896 ; Fives Rep. 1896 ; Tutor to the family of the Mir 
of Khairpur 

Aitchison College, Lahore, India 
Broom Hills, Botesdale, Diss 

Woodroffe, Charles Richard ; left 1894 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. Royal Horse 
Artillery ; Isthmian Club 

C. R. Woodroffe, Esq., R.H.A., 

c\o Messrs, Cox <5r» Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
North House, Putney Hill^ Surrey 



1893. 

Angus, Qeorge Archibald Drummond ; left 1894 

Wattle planting in S. Africa from 1900 

Ravensworth, Dalton Station, Natal, South Africa 
cjo M, D, Angus, Esq., Vyner Road, Bickton Hill, 
Birkenhead 

Archer, Qoodwyn Luddington ; left 1895 

Solicitor ; Capt. 3rd (Cambs.) Vol. Batt. Suffolk Regt. 
Market Place, Ely, Cambs, 



1893] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 187 

Balfour Browne, Vincent Robert Stewart Ramsay ; kft 189S 

C. xi 1897 ; B.A. Magd. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Jurisp.) ; Barr. Inner Temple ; 
New Oxford and Cambridge Club 

28 Eaton Square^ S, fV, 
Goldielea^ Dumfries^ NB, 

Bartlett, Godfrey Thomas ; left 1898 

viii 1898 ; B.Sc. Victoria Univ. Liverpool ; Civil Engineer 

St. Clare House^ Sandfidd Park^ West Derby ^ Liverpool 

Beaumont, Hugh Lawrence Ob. Feb. 1895 

Died at Raciley 

Belgrave, Hew Dacres ; left 1898 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; R. West Kent Regt. 

H. D. Belgrave, Esq., Royal West Kent Regt., 
c\o Messrs. Cox c^ Co., 16 Charing Cross ^ S. W, 

Beloe, Alfred Ashton ; left 1894 
Biden, Arthur Gerald ; left 1897 

C. xi 1896-7 ; F. xi 1890 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxf. (4th CI. Jurisp.) ; Barr. ; 
Local Auditor on Gold Coast from 1904 

Barnsley Rectory, Cirencester 

Bristowe, Claude Ernest ; left 1894 Ob. Jan. 1904 

Broadbent, Arthur Cecil ; left 1894 

Linden, Colwell, Malvern 

Coulson, Basil John Blenkinsopp ; left 1894 

Served in S. African War 1899-1902 (wounded; ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. 
K.O. Scottish Borderers 

B. J. B. Coulson, Esq., K.O.S.B., 

cjo Messrs, Cox S^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W. 

Cowie, Irvin Massey ; left 1897 

Cotton Shipper 

282 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee, U.^.Ax 
4 Old Hall Street, Liverpool 



i88 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1893 

Curtis-Bennett, Henry Honywood ; left 1895 

B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; rep. Camb. v, Oxf. for Cycling 1899- 1901 (Pres. 
1900- 1) ; I mile and 10 miles champion. Amateur Cycling Assoc. 1901 ; 
m. 1903 Elsie Eleanor, 2 d. of A. A. Dangar, Esq., of Baroona, New 
South Wales ; Barr. Middle Temple 

6 Pump Court, Temple, E. C. 

4J Charleville Road, West Kensington, W, 

Davenport, Talbot Neville Fawsett ; left 1895 

M. ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. Roy. Irish 
Rifles 

T. N. F. Davenport, Esq., R.I. Rifles, 

c/o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 

de Capell Brooke, Edward Geoffrey ; left 1898 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; C. xi 1897-8 ; Postmr. and B.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. 
Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) 

Hi/I House, Woodford, Thrapston 
Durham, James Andrew ; left 1896 

M. 1903 Lady Agnes Elizabeth Audrey, only d. of 5th Marquess Town- 
shend, of Raynham Hall, Norfolk ; Member of Lloyd's ; Bachelors' Club 

8 Norfolk Square, W. 
Ladbroke, Warwickshire 

Edwards, Charles Egerton Priestley ; left 1897 

^i Esplanade, Scarborough 

PitzClarence, Augustus Arthur Cornwallis ; left 1897 

viii 1896-7; P.; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) ; Lieut. Royal 
Fusiliers 

A. A. C. FitzClarence, Esq., Royal Fusiliers, 

c\o Messrs. Cox <5r» Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

Preeling, John Hardress; left 1896 Ob. Sept. 1901 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1901 with Paget's Horse ; killed in action 

Gibbs, Stanley Rider; left 1899 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; C. xi 1897-9 \ F- ^i 1898-9 ; Racquets and Fives Rep. 1899 ; 
P. ; Med. Student, St. Thomas' Hospital 

2^ Cork Street, Burlington Gardens, W. 

cjo Mrs. J. Harper, Bear Street, Barnstaple, N. Devon 

Hancock, Calverley Trevelyan ; left 1897 Ob. 1900 

P. ; Ch. Cli. Oxf. ; served in S. African War 1899- 1900 with Imp. Yeom. ; 
lulled in action 



1893] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 189 

Hardie, Gordon Henry ; left 1895 

Christ's Coll. Camb. ; Reg. Camb. v, Oxf. at Golf 1900- 1 
Penquit^ Torquay 



^ Hill, Hon. Gerald Spencer Cles:g- ; left 1897 

! Served in S. African War (1899-1902) with Paget's Horse 

Hinstocky Market Drayton, Shropshire 

Hodgson, Reginald Drury ; left 1 898 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; P- ; B-A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Mods. ; 4th CI. Lit. 
Hum.) ; Rep. for Oxf. Univ. at Boxing and Fencing 1900 and 1902 ; 
Barr. ; Bath Club 

J/ Nevern Square, S, W, 
Jacomb-Hood, Francis Edward Shaw ; left 1897 

i viii (cox) 1897 ; M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 1897 and 1899 ; 

' H.O. 1903 ; Curate of St. Mary's, Ross, from 1903 

! The Rev. F. E. S. Jacomb-Hood, 

I Ashfield, Ross, Herefordshire 

Knight, Churchill ; left 1898 

Electrical Engineer 

2 Vanbrugh Terrace, Blackheath, S.E, 

Leighton, Cuthbert ; left 1897 

Fencing Rep. Aldershot 1897 ; Mert. Coll. Oxf. ; m. 1904 Hilda 
Marguerite, d. of the late E. H. Davenport, Esq., of Davenport, 
Bridgnorth, Shropshire; assumed, by Royal Licence, surname of 
Leicester- Warren in lieu of Leighton 1899 5 J-^- Cheshire ; Wellington 
and New Oxford and Cambridge Clubs 

C. Leicester-Warren, Esq., 
P4 Eaton Square, •S. W. 
Tabley House, Knutsford 

Malcolmson, Hugh Praser ; left 1896 

Woodloch, Portlaw, Co. Waterford 

Moggridge, Harry Weston ; left 1898 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; Heathcote Class. Sch. 1896 ; P. ; Exhib. and B.A. 
C.C.C. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; served in S. African 
War (1899- 1902) with Imp. Yeom. (wounded) ; in Civil Service (War 
Office) from 1903 

i§ Belsize Square, Hampstead, N W, 
Money, Eugene James ; left 1896 Ob. 1900 



I90 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1893 

Nightin^rale, Claud Robert ; left 1895 

The Lynch, Clifton Road, Wimbledon, S, W 

Nixon, William Dewhurst; left 1895 
Parker, Geoffrey ; left 1 899 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; viii 1897-9 J P- i Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Camb. Univ. viii 
1901 ; Civil Engineer ; in Egyptian Public Works (Irrigation) Dept. 

jrd Circle of Irrigation^ Alexandria, Egypt 
Eccleston Paddocks, Chester 

Rickards, Arthur Scott Horace Pitt ; left 1895 

Riley, Oswald Charles Hamlet; left 1897 

F. xi 1895-6; viii 1897; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Farming 
Pulley Court, Ledbury, Herefordshire 

Robinson, Ernest Qrey ; left 1896 

F. xi 1895 

Rye, John Reginald Tonson ; left 1897 

Land Agent ; Professional Assoc. Surveyors' Inst. 
Rye Court, Crookstown, Co, Cork 

Rye, Richard Bailie Tonson ; left 1895 

Served in S. African War 1901-2 ; Lieut. Western Div. (Plymouth) R.E. Mil. 
Rye Court, Crookstown, Co, Cork 

Scott, John Creagh ; left 1894 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (sev. wounded at Magersfontein) ; 
Lieut. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ; Caledonian Club 

J. C. Scott, Esq., A. & S. Highlanders, 

c\o Messrs, Cox ^ Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

5kilbeck, Charles Thornton ; left 1897 

Clonard, Harrow Weald, Middlesex 

Snow, Humphry Waugh ; left 1897 

Capt. Royal West Kent Regt. ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 
Captain H. Waugh Snow, R,W. Kent Regt., 

c\o Messrs, Cox <5r» Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W. 
37 Hyd^ Park Gate, S. W. 



1893] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 191 

Speir, Kenneth Robert Napier ; left 1895 

Fellow Commoner, Pemb. Coll. Camb. ; served in S. African War (1899- 
1902) with Imp. Yeom. ; Engineer ; Boodle's Club 

Sutton- Bonington^ Loughborough 
Stanton, Husrh Auriol Stanton; left 1896 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; Royal Scots 

H. A. S. Stanton, Esq., The Royal Scots, 

c\o Messrs, Cox &= Co,,, 16 Charing Cross ^ S, W, 

Strickland, Walter Robert ; left 1898 

Ent. Sch. 1893 ; Gold Medal 1897 ; viii 1898 ; P. ; Sch. and B.A. Keble 
Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; Rep. Oxf. v, Camb., 
Cross-Country ; formerly a Schoolmaster ; Articled Clerk 

S7\ Old Broad Street, E, C. 
Avenue Elmers, Surbiton, Surrey 

Trench, John Steuart; left 1895 

R.I.E. Coll. Cooper's Hill ; Traffic Dept. Indian State Railways 
cjo Henry S, King 6- Co,, g Pall Mall, S, W. 

Trollope, Clifford Cecil; left 1898 

C. xi 1897-8 ; Racquets Rep. 1898 ; P. ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; Builder ; New 
Oxford and Cambridge Club 

Fairmile Hatch, Cobham, Surrey 
Twist, Qeorsre Herbert; left 1896 

F. xi 1896 ; Solicitor ; Drapers Club (Coventry) 

Nuneaton, Warwickshire 

Moat House, Keresley, neat Coventry 

Woodward, Alfred Chad Turner ; left 1898 

C. xi 1897-8 ; P. ; M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh University ; Demonstrator of 
Anatomy in Edinburgh Univ. 

Arley Cattle, Bewdley, Worcestershire 
Woodward, Charles Palg^rave ; left 1894 

Migrated to Malvern 1896 ; formerly in the Buffs ; Lieut. 41st Dogras 
from 1902 

C. p. Woodward, Esq., 41st Dogras, 

cfo Messrs, Grindlay tSr* Co,, 5 4 Parliament Street, S, W, 
Arley Castle, Bewdley, Worcestershire 



192 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1894 

1894. 

Ang^us, Moray Drummond; left 1898 

(Mr. Croome) Gym. Rep. 1897-8 ; m. 1904 Katherine Henrietta, eld. d. of 
the Rev. Canon Knox, of St. Anne's, Birkenhead; with Messrs. 
George Angus & Co., Leather Merchants, Liverpool ; Conservative Club 
(Liverpool) 

Vyner Road^ Bickton Hill^ Birkenhead 
Ashton, Geoffrey Edmund ; left 1898 

Ranching in British Columbia, 1898- 1901 ; served in S. African War, 
1 901 -2 ; in S. African Constabulary from 1901 

South African Constabtdaryy Bushmatis Kop^ Orange 

River Colony ^ South Africa 
Bariestree Courts Hereford 

Banner, Sutherland Harmood ; left 1 898 

Ashfield Hall^ Neston^ Chester 

Barnard, Talbot Arthur Fitzpatrick ; left 1898 

Post Office^ Rossland^ British Columbia 
2 Grange Road^ Ealing^ W. 

Barnett, Qeorsre Henry ; left 1898 

(Mr. Bryans) M. 1904 Mary Dorothea, 2 d. of the late Rev. R. Lowbridge 
Baker, of Ramsden House, Charlbury ; served in S. African War 
1899-1902 (sev. wounded) ; in Somaliland Campaign 1903 ; Lieut. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps ; Jun. Naval and Military Club 

G. H. Barnett, Esq., K.R.R.C., 

cjo Messrs. Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross ^ S, IV, 
Glympton Park, Woodstock^ Oxon 

Barron, Frederick Wilmot ; left 1896 

(Mr. Raikes) ist prize for revolver shooting at R.M.A. Woolwich, 1899 ; 
served in S. African War 1899- 1902 ; Lieut, Royal Garrison Artillery ; 
Jun. Naval and Military Club 

F. W. Barron, Esq., R.G.A., 

cjo Messrs, Cox 6^ CV?., 16 Charing Cross ^ 5. W, 
J2 Shcrtlands Road^ Shortlands^ Kent 

Bird, Bertram Husrh ; left 1897 

B.A. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; H.0. 1903 ; Assist. Cur. of St. John's, Eton, from 

1903 

The Rev. B. H. Bird, 

2ga High Street^ Eton 



i894] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 193 

Bower, Claude Edward Syndercombe ; left 1898 

(Mr. Evans) Served in S. African War (1900-2) ; Lieut. Royal Artillery 

C. E. S. Bower, Esq., R.F.A., 

c\o Messrs, Cox 6^ Co.^ 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 
Fontmell Farva^ Shillingstone^ Dorset 

Breckenridsre, John Cabell ; left 1897 

Boxing rep. 1896-7 

Churton, Claud Qeoffry ; left 1897 

(Mr. Raikes) Wine Merchant 

Oxton Lawn^ Birkenhead 

Collins, Charles Edwin ; left 1898 Ob. Sept. 1901 

Line. Coll. Oxf. 

Dousrlas-Hamilton, Kenneth Aubrey FitzsT^rald Seymour ; 

left 1897 

(Mr. Wharton) Line. Coll. Oxf. ; served in S. African War 1901-2 ; in 
Royal Fusiliers from 1902 

K. A. F. S. Douglas-Hamilton, Esq., The Royal Fusiliers, 
cjo Messrs, Cox 6^ (7^., 16 Charing Cross ^ S. W. 
Broadlands^ Broadstairs^ Kent 

Drummond, Malcolm Cyril ; left 1894 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

All Saints Vicarage^ Maidenhead 

Edwards, Bertram Cecil Priestley; left 1898 

(Mr. Wharton) Assoc. Land Agents' Society 
J/ Esplanade^ Scarborough 

Fanshawe, Richard Dairy mple ; left 1896 

(Mr. Croome) Served in S. African War 1900 ; Lieut. Scots Guards ; 
Guards' and New Clubs 

R. D. Fanshawe, Esq., Scots Guards, 
Guards Club, Fall Mall, S. W, 
Adbury Holt, Newbury, Berks, 

Finch, John Douglas ; left 1895 

B.A, Trin. Coll. Camb. 

8 J Fellows Road, South Hampstead, N IV, 

C c 



194 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1894 

Qathorne- Hardy » Hon. Nisrel Charles ; left 1898 

(Mr. Evans) C. xi 1897-8 ; Fives Rep. 1898 ; Capt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers ; Junior Naval and Military Club 

Captain the Hon. N. C. Gathorne-Hardy, Northumber- 
land Fusiliers, 

c\o Messrs. Cox cr' Co.^ 16 Charing CrosSy S, W, 
The Grange^ Benenden^ Cranbrook 

Gladwin, Francis Charles Melllsh Pane ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1894 ; viii 1899 ; P. ; B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. 
Mods. ; 3rd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; in Lloyd's ; Isthmian Club 

Seven Springs, near Cheltenham 
Gore, Arthur Charles; left 1898 

(Mr. Raikes) P. ; F. xi 1897-8 ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with 
Connaught Rangers ; resigned Commission 1903 ; in Argentine from 
1903 

46 Egerton Gardens, S. W, 
Hods^son, Maurice Kirkman ; left 1898 

(Mr. Evans) Boxing Rep. 1898 ; served in S. African War 1899- 1902 
(wounded) ; Lieut. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire 
Regt.) 

M. K. Hodgson, Esq., The Sherwood Foresters, 
c\o Messrs. Cox er» Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, IV, 

Hornell, Edward Brooking: Cornish ; left 1898 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Carlton Lodge, Larkhall Rise, Clapham, S. W, 

Hudson, Charles James ; left 1897 

(Mr. Evans) M. 1903 Sybil Daphne, 2 d. of E. Fairfax Studd, Esq., J.P., 
of Oxton, Exeter ; R. Thames Yacht and Yorkshire (York) Clubs 

lA)ng Close House, Downton, Wilts, 

Hunter, William Bulkeley Husrhes ; left 1897 

Fids Cdch, Llanjairpwll, Anglesey 

Jones, William Allen Frere; left 1899 

(Mr. Titherington) Ent. Sch. 1894 ; ^- xi 1899 ; P. ; St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; 
served in S. African War 1900- 1 with Cape Garrison Artillery ; in 
Royal Artillery from 1900 

W. A. F. Jones, Esq., R F.A., 

c\o Messrs, Coo; 4^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross ^ S, W, 



1894] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 195 

Lindsay, George Mackintosh ; left 1896 

Served in S. African War 1899- 1902 (ment. in desp.) ; Lieut. Rifle Brigade 

G. M. Lindsay. Esq., Rifle Brigade, 

cjo Messrs, Cox 6^ G?., 16 Charing Cross^ S, W. 



Lister, Predericlc Hamilton; left 1897 

(Mr. Kirkby) Lieut. Royal Artillery; with Native Mountain Artillery, 
India, from 1902 

F. H. Lister, Esq., R.G.A., 

cjo Messrs. Cox 6^ Co.^ 16 Charing Cross ^ S, W, 

Macdonald, Hon. Archibald Ronald Armadale; left 1898 

Ob. April 1 90 1 

(Mr. Evans) Lieut. 9th Lancers; killed in action in S. African War (1899- 
1901) 

Macdonald, Ian Buchanan ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) viii 1898-9 ; Farming in America from 1902 

Table Rock, Jackson Co,, Oregon,U.S,A, 
g^ Harley Street, W, 

Marsh, Cecil Henry ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1894 ; Gibbs Sch. 1895 ; James Sch. 1897 ; Worsley 
Pr. 1897 ; Gold Medal 1898 ; Latin Prose Pr. 1897 5 Morgan Verse Pr. 
1896-8 ; Greek Prose Pr. 1899 ; S.P. 1898 ; F. xi 1898 ; Sch. Wadh. Coll. 
Oxf. (2nd CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Lit. Hum.) ; served in S. African War (1899- 
1902) with Imp. Yeom. ; in Indian C. S. (7th in competition) from 1903 

do India Office, Whitehall, S. W. 
Springmount, Mountrath, QueerHs Co, 



Maryon Wilson, Augustus George; left igoo 

(Mr. Wharton) B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Farming 
Fitz-johns, Dunmow, Essex 

Maryon Wilson, John ; left 1899 

(Mr. Wharton) Boxing Rep. 1899 5 P- ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Great Canfield Rectory, Dunmow, Essex 

Moat, John Prothingham ; left 1899 

(Mr. Kirkby) Gym. Rep. 1898 ; Ulster Club, Belfast 

Collin House, Dunmurry, Co, Antrim 



196 HENRY ikWIS THOMPSON [1894 

Napier, Patrick Ronald ; left 1894 

(Mr. Wharton) M. 1903 Kathleen Hilda Mary, 2 d. of J. O'Reilly Nugent, 
Esq., of Wallington House, Fareham ; served in S. African War 1901-2 ; 
in the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1899- 1902; in Army Service 
Corps from 1902 

P. R. Napier, Esq., A.S.C., 

cjo Sir C. R, McGrigor^ Bt.^ 6^ Co.^ 2^ Charles Street^ 
St /ames^s Square^ S, W, 

Newhouse, Robert Lionel Cairns ; left 1896 

(Mr. Croome) B.A. Keble Coll. Oxf. ; H.O. 1904 ; Cur. of Milton-under- 
Wychwood from 1904 

' The Rev. R. L. C. Newhouse, 

The Hollies^ Milton-under- Wychwood^ Oxon 

Oalcley, Gilbert Coleman ; left 1898 

(Mr. Simpkinson) C. xi 1898 ; Coal Merchant 
76 Finsbury Pavement^ E, C 
Postern Heathy Tonbridge 

Pollock, John Stanley Hope; left 1898 

F. xi 1896-7 (Capt.) 

Pring^le, Leonel Graham ; left 1898 

(Mr. Titherington) Lieut. Highland L.I. ; M.V.O. (5th Class) 1903 ; Jun. 
Naval and Military Club 

L. G. Pringle, Esq., M.V.O., Highland L.L, 

c\o Sir C R. McGrigor, Bt, dr' CV?., 2^ Charles Street^ 

St Jameses Square^ S. W. 
J7 Palmerston Place^ Edinburgh 

Riddell, William Hutton ; left 1897 

48th in election to R. M. A. Woolwich 1897 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
Isthmian Club 

4S Manchester Street^ Manchester Square^ W. 
Bragborough Hally Rugby 

Robertson, Donald Elphinston; left 1896 

In Indian Army from 1900; Lieut, nth Bengal Lancers 

D. E. Robertson, Esq., nth Bengal Lancers, 

cjo Messrs. If. S. King &» Co.^ g Pall Mally S. IV. 

Robertson, Hugh; left 1896 Ob. Feb. 1901 

(afterwards the Hon. H. Robertson) 
Served in S. African War (1899- 1901) with 14th Hussars ; killed in action 



1 894] HENR Y LE WiS THOMPSON 197 

Ros:er5, Henry Milward; left 1897 

(Mr. Wharton) M. 1903 Muriel, 4 d. of Col. Ainsworth, of Lower Brazley, 
Horwich ; Mining Engineer 

Alderbrooky Parbold^ nr. Southport^ Lanes, 
Romanes, Qeorge Ernest ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) Ex. Coll. Oxf. 

Pitcalzean^ Nigg^ Ross-shire^ N,B, 

Slater, Harold Sharp Leigh ; left 1S99 

(Mr. Titherington) C. xi 1897, 1899 ; F. xi 1897-8 (Capt.) ; P. ; Merchant ; 
Brazennose Club, Manchester 

Lillicroft, Dishy ^ Cheshire 
Smith, Clive Le Blanc ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1894 5 P- 5 ^•*^- Pemb. Coll. Camb. (Mechanical 
Science Tripos) ; Engineerir g Student 

Wrydelands^ Leatherhead^ Surrey 
Stone, Arthur Percival ; left 1899 

(Mr. Titherington) F. xi 1899 ; served in Malta 1900- 1 with W. Kent Mil. 
during S. African War 

Carlton Lodge^ Tunbridge Wells 
Trench, Qeorge Frederick; left 1899 

(Mr. Titherington) viii 1898-9 ; B.A. Selwyn Coll. Camb. ; Capt. of Selwyn 
B.C.; rowed for London R.C. at Henley 1901-2 ; H.O. 1904; Cur. of 
St. Helen's Parish Church from 1904 

The Rev. G. F. Trench, 

146 Denton^ s Green Lane^ Si. Helen^s^ Lanes. 

Vicary, Richard Courtney ; left 1899 Ob. Aug. 1902 

(Mr. Raikes) 

Walker, Ins^ram Thomas ; left 1 898 

(Mr. Croome) Formerly a Medical Student ; Tea planting in Ceylon from 
1902 

The Hermitage^ j£ Vallon Estate^ Pussellawa^ Ceylon 
17 Hill Side, Wimbledon, S. W. 

Weils, Predericlc Neville; left 1897 

(Mr. Croome) Fruit farming 

Gothic Cottage, St. MartitCs, Guernsey 



198 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1894-5 

Whatley, Claude; left 1900 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1894 ; Gibbs Sch. 1896 ; Heath Class. Sch. 1897 ; 
James Sch. 1898 ; Worsley Prize 1898-9 ; Hist. Essay 1898, 1900; Morgan 
Verse Pr. 1899; Gold Medal 1899; viii 1899-1900; P.; Sch. and B.A. 
Wore. Coll. Oxf. (and CI. Mods. ; 3rd CL Lit. Hum.) ; Solicitor 

ArdmorCy Pond Road^ Blackheath Park^ S,E. 
Wheen, John; left 1895 

(Mr. Kirkby) Served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with S. Wales Borderers 
Mil. ; Lieut. The King's (Liverpool) Regt. ; Jun. United Service Club 

John Wheen, Esq., The King's, 

c/o Messrs, Cox &* Co., id Charing Cross, S. W, 
i^S Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W, 
Mappleton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire 

Whifirham, Kenneth Gilbert ; left 1897 

Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Trinity Vicarage, West Cowes, Isle of Wight 

Worsley, Harold Montagu ; left 1900 

(Mr. Wharton) C. xi 1896- 1900 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1897-9 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1899 ; 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Evenley Vicarage, Brackley, Northants, 
Wykeham, Philip Herbert ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Tythrop House, Thame, Oxon 



1895. 

Adamthwaite, Charles Edmund ; left 1896 

Served in S. African War 1901-2 with 5th Batt. R. Warwick Regt. (Mil.) 

Atterbury, Francis John Lawrence; left 1900 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1895 ; Gibbs Sch. 1897; Heath Class. Sch. 1898; 
Latin Prose Pr. 1900; F. xi 1899 ; C. xi 1900 ; P. 

Barker, Leonard Ralph; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) C. xi 1899 ; Racquets Rep. 1899 ; F. xi 1899 ; served in S. 
African War (1899- 1902) with the King's Own (R. Lancaster) Mil. 

Craven House, Hampton Court, Middlesex 



1895] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 199 

Bill, John Francis ; left 1898 

(Mr. Evans) F. xi 1898; served in S. African War (1899-1902) ; in South 
Wales Borderers from 1900 

J. F. Bill, Esq., South Wales Borderers, 

c\o Messrs, Holt 6^ Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S. W 

Browne, Robert Geoffrey ; left 1899 

(Mr. Croome) C. xi 1898-9 ; F. xi 1898-9 ; P. ; served in S. African War 
1901 ; in Manchester Regt. from 1901 ; Jun. United Service Club 

R. G. Browne, Esq., Manchester Regiment, 

c/o Messrs, Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S, W. 
Aylesford House, Copse Hill, Wimbledon, S, W, 

Burdon, Oliver Baldwin Peareth ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) Fives Rep. 1900 ; P. ; B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 
Newcourt, Hereford 

Butler, John Blundell ; left 1898 

(Mr. Croome) Assoc. Inst, of Electrical Engineers ; Electrical Engineer 
High Lawn, Sharpies, Bolton 

Cartwright, William Henry ; left 1898 

(Mr. Bryans) Colonial Coll., HoUesley Bay, 1898- 1900; Ranching 

Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia 
Downrew, Barnstaple, North Devon 

Cheeke, Oswald Mosley ; left 1896 

Clarke, Charles Cyril ; left 1901 

(Mr. Bryans) P. ; Exhib. and B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Law) ; Solicitor 
Amherst House^ Clifton Park, Bristol 

Dixon, Cecil ; left 1898 

F. xi 1897 ; Merchant 

16 St, Helen's Place, E,C, 

Du Croz, Charles Frederick; left 1897 

(Mr. Wharton) Barr. Midd. Temple ; Windham and Union Clubs 
jr Queen Street, Mayfair, W, 
Courtlands, East Grinstead, Sussex 

Qeors:e, Herbert Llewellyn; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) Brewer 

Hillside, Barrow Gurney, Somerset 



200 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1895 

Qrundy, Qeorg^e ; left 1902 

(Nfr. Kirkby) Assoc. (Capt.) and Rugby Football teams at Aspatria 
Agricultural Coll. 

The Manor House^ Cawthorne^ nr. Barnsley^ Yorks, 
Hadow, Basil Clanmorris ; left 1898 

Ent. Sch. 1895 

Wylye Rectory ^ Bath 

Hannen, Nicholas James; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) viii 1900 ; Architect 

The Lake Lodge^ IVargrave-on- Thames, Berks. 

HItchins, Francis St. James ; left 1897 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

BellatTy Durban, Natal, South Africa 

Johnstone, Qeors^e Horace; left 1900 

(Mr. Wharton) viii 1900 ; B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; stroke of winning crew 
Camb. Univ. Trial viii 1902-3 ; Bath Club 

44 Burton Court, S. W. 

Bignor Park, Pulborough, Sussex 

Trewithen, Cornwall 

Jones, Daniel ; left 1897 

(Mr. Wharton) B.A. King's Coll. Camb. (Sen. Optime, Math. Tripos) ; 
Law Student 

7 Copse Hill, Wimbledon, S. W 
Le Marchant, Spencer Henry ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) Isthmian Club 

44 Pont Street, S. W. 

Chobham Place, Woking, Surrey 

Lockie, Andrew ; left 1898 

(Mr. Bryans) In East India Merchant's Office 
14 Billiter Street, E. C. 
Gameshope, Caterham Valley, Surrey 

Loxley, Vere Duncombe ; left 1900 

(Mr. Wharton) 96th in election to R.M.C. Sandhurst, 1900; in Royal 
Marine Light Infantry from 1900 ; Grosvenor Club 

V. D. Loxley, Esq., R M.L.I., 
Little Cloisters, Gloucester 



iS9s] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 201 

Oldham, Hus^h Stransham ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1895 ; F. xi 1899 ; P. ; Guernsey Artillery Militia 
. 1903 

St Mar/s^ Beccles^ Suffolk 

Phillips, Francis Edward ; left 1897 

c\o Messrs. Turner^ Morrison &* Co,^ Calcutta 
The Vicarage^ Kidderminster 

Pontifex, Resrinald Dudley ; left 1896 

Accountant in S. America ; Fellow R. Colonial Inst., London 
London and Brazilian Bank, Buenos Aires . 
7J Alleyn Park, West Dulwich^ S,E, 

Randall, Neville ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) F. xi 1897-8 ; C. xi 1898-9; Fives Rep. 1899; P. 
6 Egerton Mansions^ S»W. 

Sedfirwick, Leonard Qeors^e Thomas ; left 1 900 

(Mr. Croome) viii 1899- 1900; St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial 
viii 1900 ; St. John's Coll. viii, Henley 1904 

Roy ton Chase^ Byfleet, Surrey 
Sells, Bertram Duncomb ; left 1897 

(Mr. Titherington) Solicitor 

Isthmian Cluby Piccadilly^ W. 

Steward, Clifford Thomas ; left 1900 

(Mr. Titherington) viii 1898-1900 (Capt.); P.; Surveyor; Leander and 
Union Clubs 

4J Parliament Street^ S. W, 
6s Courtfield Gardens, S. W. 

Swinhoe, Maurice Carew ; left 1898 

March Penn^ Spanish Town, Jamaica 
Park House, New Swindon, Wilts, 

Ward, Francis Sykes ; left 1898 Ob. 1902 

Wells, Wilfrid Wood ; left 1898 

(Mr. Kirkby) B.A. Mert. Coll. Oxf. (3rd CI. Nat. Sci.); Student St. 
Bartholomew's Hospital 

12 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. 
West Dean Rectory, Salisbury 

Dd 



d02 MENRY tE WIS THOMPSON [i«9S-6 

Wilkinson, Louis Um|revllle ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1895 ; Pemb. Coll. Oxf. (Scholar) 1899-1901 ; St. 
John's Coll. Camb. 1903 (History Exhibitioner 1903; 2nd CI. Hist. 
Tripos 1904) 

Deep Dene^ Aldehurgh^ Suffolk 
Wllllains, Philip Raymond ; left 1898 



1896. 

Arbuthnot, Francis Clement^; left 1897 
Balme, John Nettleton ; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) Ent. Sch. 1896 ; S.P. 1900 ; viii 1901 
DunoUar^ Richmond Hill, Surrey 

Barnard, Sidney Edg^ar; left 1898 

(Mr. Kirkby) Clerk in Government Asylum 

Cleveland Asylum, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire 
2 Grange Road, Ealing, W, 

Black, Charles Edward ; left 1899 

(Mr. Evans) Suffolk R. Garrison A. Militia 1903 
Milton, Stevenion, Berks. 

Blencowe, Arthur John Walcot ; left 1899 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1897-8 ; C. xi 1899 ; Wadh, Coll. Oxf. ; in Lancashire 
Fusiliers from 1902 

A. J. W. Blencowe, Esq., Lancashire Fusiliers, 

c\o Messrs. Cox dr* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Boddinsfton, Humphrey West ; left 1898 

Hertf. Coll. Oxf. ; served in S. African War (1899- 1902) with Colonial. Corps 
Pownall Hall, Wilmslow, Manchester 

Browne, Qeorsre Frederick Campbell ; left 1899 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Avonsidc, Warwick 



r^6] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 203 

Carlisle, Qeors^e Blomfield ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1896 ; Gibbs Sch. 1898 ; Heath. Class. Sch. 1899, Gold 
Medal 1900; James Sch. 1900; Worsley Prize 1900; Morgan Verse Pr. 
1900; Greek Prose Pr. 1901 ; Eng. Lit. Pr. 1899-1900; Fencing Rep. 
1901 ; Exhib. Wore. Coll. Oxf. (2nd CI. Class. Mods.) ; Rep. Oxf. 
V, Camb. with the foils 

Brooksidty Alderley Edge^ Cheshire 
Carlyon-Husrhes, Harry Carlyon; left 1900 

(Mr. Croome) F. xi 1898-9 ; P. ; Rep. London Athletic Club v, Oxf. and 
Camb. ; Clerk in Bank of England 

Long Ridings^ Hutton^ Brentwood^ Essex 
Cartwrig^ht, Edward Ros:ers ; left 1900 

(Mr. Bryans) Camborne Mining School 1900-3 ; Mining Engineer 

Ganges Harbour^ Salt Spring Islands British Columbia 
Downrew^ Barnstaple^ North Devon 

Chanter, Arthur Dous:la5 ; left 1899 

(Mr. Simpkinson) In Royal Artillery from 1901 
A. D. Chanter, Esq., R.G.A., 

cjo Messrs, Cox &* Co., 16 Charing CrosSy S, W. 

Combe, Edg^ar; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) viii (cox.) 1899 

Cobham Park^ Surrey 

Courthope, Richard Alan; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1896 ; Greek Iambics Pr. 1900-1 ; New Coll. Oxf. 
2g Chester Terrace^ Regenfs Park^ N. W. 

Dousrlas- Hamilton, Leslie Res^lnald Coventry ; left 1899 

(Mr. Wharton) Served in S. African War 1901-2 ; in the Queen's Own 
(Cameron Highlanders) from 1901 ; Caledonian Club 

L. R. C. Douglas- Hamilton, Esq., Cameron Highlanders, 
cjo Messrs. Holt 6- Co., 3 Whitehall Place, S. W. 
Broadlands, Broadstairs, Kent 

Ferris, William Ansrelo Tate ; left 1897 

Served in S. African War 1901-2 ; in Leicestershire Regiment from 1901 

W. A. T. Ferris, Esq., Leicestershire Kegt., 

cjo Messrs. Cox &* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 



204 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1896 

Qore, Charles Henry ; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) C. xi 1900 ; P. ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; in Canada ; Raleigh 
Club (Winnipeg, Canada) 

46 Egerton Gardens^ S. IV. 
Henderson, Resfinald Qeorsre ; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) C. xi 1901-2 ; F. xi 1901 ; Farming in S. Africa ; Isthmian 
Club 

Sedgwick Park^ Horsham^ Sussex 
Heysrate, Qerald; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) R.M.A. Woolwich 1900 ; in R. Artillery from 1901 ; Jun. 
Naval and Military Club 

Gerald Heygate, Esq., R.F.A., 

cjo Messrs, Cox 6- Co.y 16 Charing Cross^ S. W. 
Roeclifey Loughborough 

Insfham, Roland Kins^sley ; left 1899 ^^* Oct. 1904 

(Mr. Stone) 

Jeffreys, Darell Richard ; left 1900 

(Mr. Stone) viii (cox.) 1898 ; served in S. African War 1901-2 ; in Devon- 
shire Regt. from 1901 

D. R. Jeffreys, Esq., Devonshire Regt., 

c\o Messrs, Cox &* Co,,, 16 Charing Cross^ S. W, 
Canterton Manor, Lyndhurst, Hants, 

Kennard, Maurice Nicholl ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) F. xi 1900-1 (Capt.) ; Boxing Rep. 1900; Racquets Rep. 1901 ; 
P. ; in 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) from 1902 

M. N. Kennard, Esq., The Carabiniers, 

cjo Messrs, Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Lambert, Eric Noel; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) F. xi 1899- 1900; C. xi 1900- 1 ; P.; in a Merchant's 
Office in Japan 

7 Kaigan Dori, Kobe, Japan 
Kingsclere, Eastbourne 

Lindsay » Charles Allen ; left 1900 

(Mr. Stone) F. xi 1899- 1900 (Capt.) ; C. xi 1900 ; Fencing Rep. 1899- 1900 ; 
S.P. 1900 

22 Upper Grosvenor Street, IV, 



1896] HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON 205 

Locke, Ivo Kin^ Hervey Calliphronas ; left 1897 

Eversley^ Winchfield^ Hants. 

Los:an, Roland Octavius ; left 1899 

(Mr. Kirkby) Served in S. African War 1901-2 ; in Oxfordshire L.I. from 
1901 

R. O. Logan, Esq., Oxfordshire L.I., 

c\o Messrs, Cox ^ Co,^ 16 Charing Cross, S, IV. 

r f 

McClintock, Stanley Robert ; left 1899 

(Mr. Croome) R.M.C. Sandhurst 1901 ; served in S. African War 1902 ; 
in Gordon Highlanders from 1902 

S. R. McClintock, Esq., Gordon Highlanders, 

clo Messrs. Holt 6- Co., 3 Whitehall Place, S. W. 
Gkndaragh, Crumlin, Co, Antrim 

Malcolmson, Keith Fraser; left 1896 

(Mr. Evans) 

Woodloch, Portlaw, Co, Waterford 

Mars:etts, Francis Burrousfhes Mocker; left 1898 

(Mr. Kirkby) Trin. Hall Camb. ; 5th Batt. King's Royal Rifies (Mil.) 1902 ; 
Jun. Naval and Military and Huntingdon and County (Huntingdon) 
Clubs 

Gazeley House, Huntingdon 
Newman, Henry Au^fustus Alexander ; left 1901 

(Mr. Bryans) Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; Clerk in the Bank of England from 1904 
Bank of England, E,C. 

Ralkes, Lawrence Taunton ; left 1898 

(Mr. Bryans) R.M.A. Woolwich 1898 ; in R. Artillery from 1900 
L. T. Raikes, Esq., R.F.A., 

cjo Messrs, Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 

Rye, Hubert Bernard Tonson ; left 1900 

C. xi 1899- 1900 ; F. xi 1899 ; Fives Rep. 1900 ; served in S. African War 
1901-2 ; in R. Munster Fusiliers from 1901 

H. B. Tonson Rye, Esq., R. Munster Fusiliers, 
cjo Messrs, Holt 6- Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S, W, 

Sankey» John Robert; left 1901 

(Mr. Stone) B.A. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. 

44 Russell Square, W.C. 

Down Lodge, Fairlight, Hastings 



2o6 HENRY LEWIS THOMPSON [1896 

Sedding, Qeorge Elton ; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) P. ; Art Metal Worker 

7 Upper Wimpole Street, W. 

Yew Tree Fami, St, Mary Piatt, Sevenoaks, Kent 

Small, Edward Alfred; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Smltht Qeoffrey Le Blanc; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) Sewell Ent. Sch. 1897 ; C. xi 1899-1903 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1900-r ; 
Racquets Rep. 1900-2 ; Fives Rep. 1902 ; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. (yd CI. 
Mods.) ; Rep. Oxf. v, Camb. at Long Jump 1903-4, and Hurdles 1904 

Wrydelands, Leatherhead, Surrey 
Stevens, George Bridges; left 1901 

(Mr. Stone) P. ; Ex. Coll. Oxf. ; New Oxf. and Camb. Club 
Panfield, West Cliff Road, Bournemouth 

Trist, Francis Warren ; left 1898 

Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; New Oxf. and Camb. Club 
Tristfordy Harberton, S, Devon 

Waddilove, Charles John Darley ; left 1898 

(Mr. Bryans) Ex. Coll. Oxf. 

Firmont, TonbHdge, Kent 

Whitnall, John Edward Hesketh ; left 1 900 

(Mr. Bryans) Diploma Down ton Agric. Coll. Salisbury ; m. 1903 Mar- 
guerite, 2 d. of William Taylor, Esq., of Newcastle-on-Tyne 

The Grange, Wilmslow, Cheshire 



,»«97] 207 



REV. THOMA3 FIEU), JD.D., 

ELECTED WARDEN IN 1897. 



1897- 

Airey, Tom ; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Sandfield HaU^ Newton-le- Willows^ Lanes, 

Bill, James Cordon ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1897 J Heath Math. Sch. 1900 ; F. xi 1900 ; Boxing 
Rep. 1900- 1 ; R.M.A. Woolwich 1901 ; in R. Artillery from 1903 

J. G. Bill, Esq., R.G.A., 

cjo Messrs, Cox 6* G?., 16 Charing Cross^ S. W. 
lOS Walter Road^ Swansea 

Brown, Walter William ; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer ; Lieut. Manchester 
Regt. Vols. 

Woodfieldi WigaUy Lancashire 
Claughton, Harold; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1900 ; P. ; Trin Coll. Oxf. (Trin. Coll. viii and F. xi) 
The College^ Worcester 

Courthope, Wilfred Herbert Frederic; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) With Merton Park Estate Co. Ltd. 
Southover^ LeweSy Sussex 

Cress well, Francis Joseph ; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) Served in S. African War 1901-2 with Norfolk Mil. ; in 
Norfolk Kegt. from 190a 

F. J. Cresswell, Esq., Norfolk Regt, 

cjo Messrs. Holt 6^• Co,, 3 Whitehall Flau, S. W. 

Crichton, John Arthur ; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi.1901 ; P. ; Marine Engineer 

Netley Castle, Netley Abbey, Southampton 



2o8 THOMAS FIELD [1897 

Dashwoodt Sidney Lewes ; left 1899 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

The Mounts Yarmouth^ Isk of Wight 

Drury-Lowe, Lawrence Robert Charles ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) In Canada - 

Locho Park^ Derby 

Evans, Edward Prichard ; left 1901 

(Mr. Kirkby) viii 1900- 1 ; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 
1902-4 ; Oxf. Univ. viii 1904 ; won O.U.B.C. iv's 1904 

The Vicaragiy Ilkeston^ jR.S,0., Derbyshire 
Qethin, Percy Edward Lovell ; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) Rep. for Sabres 1901 ; Fencing and Sabres 1902 ; P. 
The Grove, Hythe^ Southampton 

Qraham, Reginald Stuart ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) C. xi 1900- 1 ; F. xi 1900 ; Pemb. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial 
viii 1904 

Queen Ann^s Mansions^ Westminster^ S, W. 
Qwyer, Alexander Grant ; left 1897 

In 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) from 1902 

A. G. GwYER, Esq., The Carabiniers, 

c/o Messrs. Cox &' Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. W, 

Hennlker-Major, Hon. John Ernest de Qrey ; left 1900 

(Mr. Bryans) Page of Honour to Queen Victoria 1894-9 ; Hon. Diploma 
Cirencester R. Agric. Coll. 1904; won nimierous races at R. Agric. 
Coll., and was Master of the Beagles, 1903-4 

Thomham Hall, Eye, Suffolk 
Hitchins, Harry Cyril ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1898-9 ; C. xi 1899 

Bellair, Durban, Natal, South Africa 

Holland, James Burnes ; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) viii 1901-2 ; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. Trial viii 
1903 ; won O.U.B.C. iv's 1904 ; Leander Club 

7 The Grange, Wimbledon, S, W. 



1897] tHOMAS Fl£LD 209 

lUingworth, Charles Hunter; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) viii 1899, 1901-2 (Capt.) ; S.P. 1901 ; Civil Engineer; 
Leander Club 

Mapledurwell^ Basingstoke^ Hants, 
Sandcave, Sea View^ Isle of Wight 

im Thurn, Conrad Donald ; left 1901 

(Mr. Croome) C. xi 19CX) ; F. xi 1900 ; in business ; Isthmian Club 
5 Collingham Gardens^ S. W, 

Jackson, Alan Vivian; left 1901 

(Mr. Croome) Architect 

Thames Cottage^ fVa/ton-on- Thames 

Le Breton, Edward Pliilip ; left 1899 

(Mr. Simpkinson) R.M.A. Woolwich 1899 ; in R. Engineers from Z901 

E. P. Le Breton, Esq., R.E., 

c/o Messrs, Cox &* Co,^ 16 Charing Cross^ S» W, 
Island^ Steeps near Petersfieldy Hants. 

Leigli, Jolin Franklen William; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) B.A. Clare Coll. Camb. 

Glyn Bargoedy Treharris^ I^,S,0., Glamorgan 

Merriman, Harold Ian ; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1898 ; C. xi 1903 ; Fives Rep. 1903 ; P. ; Architect 
27 Young Street, Kensington, W. 

Owston, Leycester Varley ; left 1900 

(Mr. Croome) In 3rd Dragoon Guards from 1902 ; Cavalry Club 
L. V. Owston, Esq., 3rd Dragoon Guards, 

cjo Messrs, Holt 6- Co,, 3 Whitehall Place, S, W, 
Wigston, Leicestershire 

Parker, Wilfrid ; left 1897 

(Mr. Stone) St. Andrew's Coll., Grahamstown, S. Africa, 1898- 1901 ; and 
CI. Matric. Univ. of the Cape of Good Hope ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Eccleston Paddocks, Chester 
Parrington, Mattliew ; left 1900 

(Mr. Wharton) East Yorkshire Mil. 1902 

Park Hill, Chandler's Ford, Hants. 

£ e 



2IO THOMAS FIELD [1897 

Pettit, Hubert Ronald ; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) viii 1901-2 ; F. xi 1901 ; P. ; Engineer 
Oatlands Park^ Weybridge^ Surrey 

Powell, Harry Dixwell Grimes ; left T902 

(Mr. Stone) 

24 Colville Square^ Bayswater^ W. 

Poyntz, Richard Stephen Pierrepont; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) P. ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

Dorchester Vicarage^ Wallingford^ Berks, 

Seddins:, Edward Douglas ; left 1903 

(Mr. Wharton) P. ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

7 Upper Wimpole Street^ W. 

Simpson, Ralph Christopher; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) In R. Artillery from 1902 

R. C. Simpson, Esq., R.G.A., 

c\o Messrs, Cox dr* CV., 16 Charing Cross ^ S. IV, 
Maypool^ Churston Ferrers^ R,S.O,^ South Devon 

Stewart, Clement Qeorsre; left 1898 

Summerhilly Killiney^ Co. Dublin 

Storrs, Francis Edmund; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1897 ; Hist. Essay Pr. 1901 ; Latin Prose Pr. 1901 ; 
Gold Medal 1901 ; P. ; Sch. Jesus Coll. Camb. 

2 Grosvenor Gardens, S. W, 

Glenelg, Turret Court, Westgate-on-Sea 

Sturt, Edmund Anthony ; left 1900 

(Mr, Simpkinson) Merchant 

84 Wood Street, E, C, 

Horner Grange, West Hill, Sydenham, S,E, 

Tillard, Percy Leonard ; left 1899 

(Mr. Croome) Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

The Glebe, Penshurst, Kent 

Visrers, Astley Allan ; left 1900 

(Mr. Stone) viii (cox.) 1900 ; United Sports Club 

Albany Chambers, York Street, Queen Anne^s Gate, S, W, 



1898] THOMAS FIELD 211 



1898. 
Addison, Harry Derin^: Qreenstreet; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

SO Jacobstrasse^ Riga^ Russia 

Barneby, Henry Meysey ; left 1903 

(Mr. Bryans) Student at the Camborne Sch. of Mines 
LoJigworth^ Hereford 

Birch, Geoffrey Cecil Peres:rine ; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) C. xi 1901-2 ; on the Stock Exchange with Messrs. E. & A. 
Stearns & Co., of 31 Throgmorton Street, E.C. 

140 Gordon Road^ West Ealing^ W. 
Cranford^ Kettering^ Northants, 

Blencowe, Ricliard Stafford; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1902 ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

The Rectory^ West Kirby, Cheshire 

Boiirmann, Joiin Cliarles Louis; left 1901 

(Mr. Croome) C. xi 1901 ; Merchant, with Messrs. Haag Fr^res at Havre, 
France 

The Lawn, gg Denmark Hill, S,E, 
Burra, Artliur Nicolas ; left 1903 

(Mr. Bryans) F. xi 1902-3 ; Cirencester Agric. Coll. 1905 
Bockhanger, Ashford, Kent 

Carrinsfton, Stanley ; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) Ex. Coll. Oxf. 

The Vicarage, Roehampton, S. W, 

Cock, Harry Tredenniclc; left 1900 

(Mr. Wharton) Yorkshire L.I. Militia, 1902 

Frimley House, Kingston-on-Thames 

Croft, Bernard ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) Served in S. African War igoi-2 (wounded) ; in 3rd Hussars 
from 1903 

Bernard Croft, Esq., 3rd Hussors, 

c\o Messrs. Cox 6^ Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S, W, 
St, Margaret's, Ware, Herts, 



)tz THOMAS FIELD [1898 

de Clifford, Lord (Jack Southwell Russell) ; left 1899 

(Mr. Stone) T.ieut. Shropshire I.Y. ; succeeded his father as 25th Baron, 
1S94 ; Bath Club 

The Lord de Clifford, 
13 Draycoit Place, S. W. 
Dalgan Park, Shrule, "Diam, Ireland 

DownM. Roger Edward ; left 1901 

(Mt. Kirkby) Ent. Sch. 1898; R.M.A. Woolwich. 1501 ; in Royal Artillery 
from 1904 

R. E. DowNES, Esq., R.G.A., 

cjo Messrs. Cox ^ Co., t6 Charing Cross, S. If. 
Doumington Lodge, Newbury, Berks. 

Duberly, Athole James St. Barbe; left 1900 

(Mr. Bryant) Engineering 

Plawsworth, Chester-le-Street, Durham 

Oarle, Bernard Batten j left 1899 
^^^r. Croome) On the Stock Exchange 
S Copt hall Court, E.C. 
Chipstead, Red Hill, Surrey 

Ollmour, Herbert James Graham ; left 1900 

{Ntr. Croome) Served in S. African War 1902 ; in Worcestershire Regt. 
from 1903 

H. J. G. GiLMOUR, Esq., Worcestershire Regt., 
cjo Messrs. Cox &' Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. IV. 

Gray. Malcolm John William ; left 1900 

(Mr. Sirapkinson) Trin. Coll. Dublin : m. 1902 Elsie Gertrude, 4 d. of 
Edward Harper, Esq., of Villa la Tourelle, St. Servan, France; assumed 
addtl. surname of Naish, igo2 ; New Club (Bournemouth) 
M. J. W. Naish-Gray, Esq., 

S Tennyson Mansions, Queen's Club Gardens, West 

Kensington, IV. 
Lisalea, Blackrock, Co. Dublin 
Gowrie, St. Servan, Ille-et-Vilaine, France 

Hall, Harold Trevenen ; left 1 904 
(Mr. Stone) F. xi 1901-3 (Capt.) ; P. 
Ilgezeem, Riga, Russia 
Bamford Lodge, Hooley Bridge, Heywood, Lanes. 



1898] THOMAS FIELD 213 

Hancock, Dennistoun Laurence ; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) viii 1903 ; 3rd Batt. N. Stafford Regt. (Mil.) 

10 Kensington Courts W, 

Ladye Place, Hurley, near Marlow 

Hargood-Ash, William Albyn ; left 1901 

(Mr. Bryans) Pemb. Coll. Oxf. 

Henley Lodge, Bath 

Hitchins, Cliarles Vyvyan Steele; left 1901 

(Mr. Kirkby) C. xi 1900-1 ; F. xi 1900 

Bellair, Durban, Natal, South Africa 

Hodgson, Patriclc Kirlcman ; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1897 ; P. ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. 

77 Eaton Square, S. W. 
Ashgrove. Sevenoaks, Kent 

Hosran, Eric Oakley ; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1898 ; Sussex Artillery Mil. 1903 
cjo Parr's Bank Ltd,, 2jg Regent Street, W, 

Holmes, George Sydenham ; left 1903 

(Mr. Wharton) Organ Sch. B.N.C. Oxf. 1903 

Manor House, Badgeworth, near Cheltenham 

Inman, Talfourd Hope; left 1901 

(Mr. Croome) 4th Batt. Oxfordshire L.I. (Mil.) 1902 
Highmoor Hall, Henley-on-Thames 

King, Joseph Haselden; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1900 

Oakleigh, Stourbridge, Worcestershire 

Kingham, Thomas Scott ; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Pembroke Art. Mil. 1904 
Inveresk, Watford, Herts, 

Lawrence, Hubert Simpson ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Farming in South America from 1905 
Heath Court, Maidenhead 



214 THOMAS FIELD [1898 

Le Breton, John Qlossop Bythesea ; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; loth in exam, for Indian Forest 
Service 1904 

Eylandy Petersfield^ Hants, 
Loyd, Robert John Henry ; left 1898 

(Mr. Wharton) Trin. Coll. Camb. 

SS Egerton Gardens^ S. W, 

Macdonald, Reginald Henry ; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) C. xi 1902 ; Racquets Rep. 1902 ; R.M.C. Sandhurst ; in 
Indian Army from 1904 

95 Harley Street^ IV, 
Mitchell, Sydney Qillott; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) Line. Coll. Oxf. 

Solihull^ nr. Birmingham 

Moore, Edmund Husfh ; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) St. John's Coll. Oxf. 

St. Saviours Vicarage, Aberdeen Park, Highbury^ JVi 

Partington, John Bertram; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) Exhib. Pemb. Coll. Camb. 

^5 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W, 

Patchett, Arthur Nesbitt ; left 1898 

The Woodlands, Bathwick Hill, Bath 

Raikes, Geoffrey Taunton ; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) C. xi 1901-2 ; F. xi 1901 ; P. ; in South Wales Borderers 
from 1903 

G. T. Raikes, Esq., S.W. Borderers, 

c\o Messrs, Holt a^ Co,, j Whitehall Place, S, W, 
lyi Victoria Street, Westminster, S, W, 

Raikes, Robert Henry Taunton ; left 1900 

(Mr. Bryans) Midshipman R.N. 

777 Victoria Street, Westminster, S, W. 

Reader, Francis Edward Michael ; left 1903 

(Mr, Pryans) Ent. Sch. 1898 

Elmhirst, l^oolton Hill, Newbury 



1898] THOMAS FIELD 215 

Robinson, Qerard Arthur Holland ; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) viii igoo-i ; C. xi 1902 ; P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. Univ. 
Trial viii 1903-4 ; won Oxf. Univ. iv's 1904 

ji Onslow Gardens^ S. W. 
Clifton Hampden, Abingdon 

Rose, Ronald Madoc Tierney ; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) 

14 Sloane Court, Lower Sloane Street, S. W. 

Sars:ent, Harold Orme Garton ; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Scb. 1899 

77 Upper Berkeley Street, W, 

Schunck, Roarer Henry ; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) F. xi 1901 ; Fives Rep. 1902 ; Merchant 
g North Park Road, Harrogate 

Smith, Leslie Cecil; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) Greek Prose Pr. 1904 ; viii 1904 ; P. ; Hist. Exhib. Mert. Coll. 
Oxf. 1904 

112 Banbury Road, Oxford 

cjo Mrs, Weber, 8 Southwell Gardens, S. IV, 

Stobart, James Douglas ; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) F. xi 1901 ; viii 1902 ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; spare man, Oxf. 
Univ. viii 1904 ; Bath Club 

S Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, N, W. 
Swalne, Thomas Charles Lethbrids:e; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Engineering Student, King's Coll. Lond. 

14 Woodstock Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick, W. 

Thomas, Evan Meredyth ; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) viii 1900, 1902 ; Pemb. Coll. Camb. 
Overross, Ross, Herefordshire 

Trower, Eric Lawford ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Turner, George Roarers; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 3rd Batt. Oxf. L.I. (Mil.) 1901 
Braziers End, Tring, Herts, 



2i6 THOMAS FIELD [1898-9 

Wells, Dudley Qraham ; left 1901 

(Mr. Croome) 

Whatley, Norman ; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1898 ; Gibbs Sch. 1899 ; Heath. Class. Sch. 1900 ; 
James Sch. 1901 ; Hist. Essay Pr. 1902 ; Worsley Pr. 1902 ; Gold Medal 
igo2 ; Eng. Lit. Pr. 1901-3 ; Morgan Verse Pr. 1902 ; Greek Prose Pr. 
1902 ; S.P. 1902 ; viii 1903 ; Sch. Hert. Coll. Oxf. 

Ardmore^ Pond Road^ Blackheath Park^ S,E, 
Whitby, Edward Otway Humphrey; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) P. ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; won Oxf. Univ. iv's (str.) 1904 
5 Chester Square^ S, W. 

Williams, Cyril Archibald Eccles; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1898 ; P. ; B.N.C. Oxf. 
SummerfieldSf Oxford 

York, Francis Stafford ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ranching in Western Canada 

Post Office^ Coutts^ Alberta^ Canada 
Barton Abbots^ Tetbury^ Glos, 

Zinn, Qeorge ; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) C. xi 1900 ; Racquets Rep. igoo 



1899. 

Balme, Edward Nettleton ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1902-3 ; viii 1903 ; P. ; Med. Student, St. George's 
Hospital 

Dunottary Richmond Hilly Surrey 
Bantins:, Douglas Bickham ; left 1901 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ent. Sch. 1899 

The Vicarage^ Little Brickhilly Bucks, 

Beaumont, Richard Henry ; left 1901 

(Mr. Bryans) Brewer 

Crossland Fosse^ Kempston^ Bedford 



igQ9] THOMAS FIELD 217 

Bicknell, Arnold Gilbert Wimberley ; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) Municipal and Civil Engineer under the Hornsey Borough 
Council 

Council Offices^ Southwood Lane, Highgate, N, 
Lemsford Road, St. Albans, Herts. 

Brown, William Ob. June, 1901 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Buchanan, Arthur Noel; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) In S. Africa 1900-3 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 

c\o Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clemenfs 
Lane, E.C. 

Carr, Roland Victor; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) On the Stock Exchange 

May bury Rough, Woking, Surrey 

Clover, Mat; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Ship Repairer 

Willaston, near Chester 

Collis Browne, John; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) viii (cox.) 1901-2 ; in 6th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers (Mil.) ; 
Leander Club 

Monteagle, Godalming, Surrey 
Copleston, Reginald Trench ; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

Abberton, Hurstpier point, Sussex 

Cress well, Peter Cuthbert ; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) C. xi 1902 ; Racquets Rep. 1903 ; on the Stock Exchange 
// Lower Porchester Street, W. 
The Garden House, Hunstanton, Norfolk 

Cruttwell, Robert Wilson ; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1899 ; Morgan Verse Prize 1901, 1903 ; Greek 
Iambics Pr. 1902, 1904 ; P. ; Meeke Sch., Hert. Coll. Oxf. 1903 ; Demy 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1904 

Northcote, Frome, Somerset 
Wyke Castle, near Weymouth 

Ff 



2i8 THOMAS FIELD [1899 

Pox, Ralph George ; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

ISO Harley Street, W. 

The Ciff Housey Mapledurham, Oxon, 

Franks, Hugh Whitmore; left 1900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

8 J Linden Gardens^ Bayswater^ W, 

Qibbs, Noel Martin ; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Barrow Courts Flax Bourton^ R.S,0,, Somerset 

Qladwin, Ralph Hamilton Pane; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) 5th Bait. R. Warwickshire Regt. (Mil.) 
Seven Springs, near Cheltenham 

Qore, John Francis; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) C. xi 1903 ; P. ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. 
46 Egerton Gardens, S, W, 

Qore Browne, Harold Rollo ; left 1900 

(Mr. Bryans) Clerk in Royal Navy from 1904 

Leckham stead Rectory, Buckingham 

Qranlund, Oscar Frederick ; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) C. xi 1901-2 ; P. ; Mer.on Coll. Oxf. 

Bramleigh, Carlton Road, Putney, S. W, 

Graves, Arnold; left 1902 

(Mr. Croonie) Gym. Rep. 1902 

II Leinster Street. Dublin 

Hargood-Ash, George St. Albyn ; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Henley Lodge, Bath 

Holland, Cyril; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) viii 1902 ; Boxing Rep. 1902-3 ; P. ; R.M.A. Woolwich 1904 
5 Cottesmore Gardens, Kensington^ W, 



1899] THOMAS FIELD 219 

Howard, Arthur Henry; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) Student, Camborne School of Mines, Cornwall 
Brightwalton Rectory^ Wantage^ Berks. 

Hulbert, Hug^h Resrinald; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) 

166 Cromwell Road, S, IV, 

Johnston, John Leslie; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1899; Gibbs Sch. 1900; Worsley Pr. 1901, 1903; 
Heathcote CI. Sch. igoi ; James Sch. 1902 ; Hist. Essay Pr. 1903-4 ; 
Latin Prose Pr. 1903-4; Gold Medal 1903; S.P. 1903 ; F. xi 1901-3; 
viii 1903-4 ; Demy Magd. Coll. Oxf., and Squire Sch., Oxf. 1904 

Cuddesdon Vicarage, Wheatley, Oxon. 
Jones, Edward Spencer 

(Mr. Croome) 

T/ie Rectory, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos. 

Kerby, Clement Carlyon ; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) viii 1902-4; P. 

Lemon Street, Truro 

Ludlow- Hewitt, Edgar Rainey ; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) R.M.C. Sandhurst 1904 

Minety Vicarage, Malmesbury 

Lyall, John Henry ; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1899 ; Capt. of Gym. ; Boxing Rep. 1902-4 ; P. ; 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. 

82 Cornwall Gardens, S, W, 
McClintock, William Frederick Charles ; left 1900 

(Mr. Croome) C. xi 1900 ; R.M.A. Woolwich 1900 ; resigned Cadetship 
1901 

Glendaragh, Crumlin SO., Co, Antrim 
Macdonald, Alastair Somerled ; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) 

Bank of Australasia, Threadneedle Street, E,C, 
Community House, i^ Woburn Square, W* C 



220 THOMAS FIELD [1899 

Maclver, Donald ; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) Learning Farming 

Burderop Cottage^ near Swindon 
jFreshfieid^ near Liverpool 

Mansel, Eustace Philip Belgrave; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) Pemb. Coll. Oxf. 

Chinnor Hill, Chinnor^ Oxon, 

Mathews, James Randle Turney ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) viii 1901, 1903-4 (Capt.) ; P. 

Stourton Courts Stourbridge^ Worcs. 

Middleton, Barham; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) Learning Farming 

Albury Cottage^ Albury^ near Guildford^ Surrey 

Middleton, John Henry ; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Baldarroch, Murthly RS,0.^ Perthshire 

Money, David Fredericlc; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1900 ; in the Timber trade 

2g Clement's Lane, E,C, 
Byfleet Rectory^ Wey bridge 

Moore, David Wallace ; left 1 900 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Patch, Aubrey Melchior William ; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) 

The Agricultural College^ Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
22 Morgan Avenue, Torquay 

Plater, Qeorge Eveleigh ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Riversfield, Erith, Kent 

Reid, John Lillinsfston ; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) C. xi 1902-4; F. xi 1902-3; Fives Rep. 1904; P.; Hertford 
Coll. Oxf. 

The Oaks, Walton Heath, Surrey 



1899] THOMAS FIELD 221 

Richards, Alg^ernon Qeorg^e Haden ; left 1903 

(Mr. Wharton) 

24 Nottingham PlacCy W. 
Farlington Rectory^ Havant^ Hants, 

Riley, yClfric James Athelstan ; left 1903 

(Mr. Bryans) P. 

Putley Courts Ledbury^ Herefordshire 

Robertson, Qeorgre Hawthorn Minot ; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) P. : Exhib. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 1903 

I'he Manse^ Sandhead^ Wigtonshire^ N.B, 

Robinson, John Yate; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1901-3 ; C. xi 1904; P. 

Hanbury Vicarage^ Burton on-Trent 

Smith, Leonard Frederick; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Mervarid^ Rochester^ Kent 

Tanlcard, William Percy; left 1901 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1900 ; pupil to a Land Agent 

CleielandSy Westcliff Road, Birkdale, Southporty Lanes, 

Tingey, Aubrey John Colby; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

J7 Surrey Street, Norwich 

Trotter, Ronald Herbert Qillett; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) P. 

Whitchurch Rectory, Reading 

Turner, Walton ; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Walton Turner, Esq., Jun. 

Ninehams House, Caterham, Surrey 

Walker, George Willis Haselrige; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ent. Sch. 1899 ; Gibbs Sch. 1901 ; Heath. CI. Sch. 1902 ; 
James Sch. 1903 ; Greek Iambics Pr. 1903 ; P. ; Exhib. Wadham Coll. 
Oxf. 1904 

10 Queen Anne Terrace, Cambridge 



222 THOMAS FIELD [1899-1900 

Walters, Charleton Liddon ; left 1 904 

(Mr. Croome) 

ISO Sutherland Avenue^ Maida Vale^ W, 

Willett, Maurice Turll ; left 1900 

(Mr. Evans) R.M.A. Woolwich 1903 ; in R. Garrison Artillery from 1905 

M. T. Willett, Esq., R.G.A. 

c\o Messfs, Cox &* Co,, 16 Charing Cross, S. IV. 
Cudwells, Lind field, Hayward's Heath 

Williams, Robert Henry Isaac ; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) C. xi 1901-4; P. ; Merton Coll. Oxf. 
75 Westbourne Gardens, JV, 

Wood, Edward Bertram Appleton ; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) Heath. Math. Sch. 1901 ; F. xi 1902 ; Gym. Rep. 1902 ; C. 
xi 1903 ; Civil Engineer 

Dunscar House, Bolton, Lanes, 
Worsley, Herbert Henry Knig^ht ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) C. xi 1901-4 (Capt.) ; F. xi 1902-3 ; Fives Rep. 1903-4 ; 
P. ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Evenley Vicarage, Brackley, Northants, 
York, Arthur Edwin ; left 1900 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Barton Abbotts, Tetbury, Glos, 



1900. 

Airey, Richard Hopwood ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) Tanner, in Warrington 

Sandfield Hall, Neivton-le- IVil/oivs, Lanes. 

Baker, Kenneth William Herbert 

(Mr. Croome) P. 

J4 Banbury Road, Oxford 

Balme, Archibald Nettleton ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) viii 1904 ; School of Engineers, Crystal Palace 
Dunotfar, Richmond Hill, Surrey 



i9oo] THOMAS FIELD 223 

Barnett, Vivian Ctiarles; left 1902 

(Mr. Wharton) Student, Royal School of Mines 
Bramshott^ Surbiton^ Surrey 

Bayldon, Richard; left 1901 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Ferndale^ Thurlaiv Park Road^ West Duhvich, S.£. 

Blackburn, Jolin Henry Josliua; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi. 1903 

Robson House^ Surrenden Road^ Preston Park, Brighton 

Bostock, Lionel Souttiey ; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

North Pallant, Chichester 

Bradsliaw, Jotin Wtiittaker; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) C. xi 1903 

Ardmore, Grosvenor Road, Birkdale^ Southport 

Burra, Septimus Henry 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Backhaul ger, Ashford, Kent 

Butler, Rupert Beresf ord ; left 1 900 / 

(Mr. Croome) left after a short while owing to illness ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. 
North Rising, Oxford 

Clarence, Georg^e Clarence; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Castle Tower, Wimbledon Common, S. W. 

Clark, Norman Leith-Hay ; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) 

7(? Scarsdale Villas, Kensington^ W, 

Clover, Arthur 

(Mr. Evans) F. xi 1902-4 (Capt.) ; C. xi 1903-4 ; P. 
Rose Lea, Willaston, near Chester 

Coates, Samuel ; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Sheriff Hution Park, York 



2 24 THOMAS FIELD [1900 

Colborne, Richard Arthur Pell 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1904 ; P. 

Quy Vicarage^ Cambridge 

Constable, Basil John Leslie Clymplng:; left 1902 

(Mr. Kirkby) In 2nd V.B. Royal Sussex Regt. 

Ifold^ Biiltngshurst R,S.O.t Sussex 

Coote, Philip Charles; left 1904 

(Mr. Croome) 

84 West Cromwell Road^ S. JV., 

Crocker, Reg^inald William; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

J Second Avenue^ Hove, Sussex 

Culme-Seymour, Arthur Qranville ; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) viii 1903 ; P. ; Student for Land Agency ; Leander Club 
Glenville, Bitierne, near Southampton 

de Frevllle, Guy Victor 

(Mr. Stone) 

Manor House, Weston-sub-Edge, Broadway, Worcs. 

Drummond, David Qeorg^e Frank; left 1901 

(Mr. Bryans) Electrical Engineer 

Blenkinsopp Castle, Greenhead, Carlisle 

Elkin^on, Quy Leigh ; left 1904 

(Mr. Evans) 

The Manor House, Fladbury, Pershore 

Fowler, William; left 1904 

(Mr. Croome) 

Crookesmoor House, Sheffield 

Furse, Herbert Reynolds 

(Mr. Simpkinson) P. 

East Heath House, Wokingham, Berks, 



i90o] THOMAS FIELD 225 

Hamilton, Charles Norman Maclean; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1900 

J TJie Avenue^ Eastbourne 

Hancock, Marmaduke Theakstone ; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) Learning farming, previous to going abroad, 1904 
The Priory^ Dunster^ Somerset 

Henderson, Charles Edward Piercy ; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ent. Sch. 1900; P. ; R.M.A. Woolwich (4th) 1904 
42 Leinster Gardens^ Hyde Fark^ W, 

Heyg^ate, Claud Raymond ; left \^o\ 

(Mr. Evans) R.M.C. Sandhurst (36th) 1904 
Mapledene^ Loughborough 

McClintock, Edward Lewis Long^field; left 1904 

(Mr. Croome) 

Glendaraghy Crumlin, Lurgan^ Ireland 

Macdonald, Hon, Roland Ian; left 1901 

(Mr. Evans) Cameron Highrs. Mil. 1901 ; Engineer ; Caledonian Club 

20 Chesham Flace^ S. JV, 
Armadale Castle ^ Isle of Sky e, N,B, 

MacEwen, David Campbell; left 1904 

(Mr. Evans) Law Student 

g Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh 

MacLean, Arthur Kirkpatrick; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) 

The Vicarage, IVadhurst, Sussex 

Marriott, Robin Qeor^^e 

(Mr. Stone) viii 1904 ; P. 

Sigglesthorne Rectory^ Hull 

Parish, Charles Mark Woodbyne; left 1904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Sellarsbrook, Monmouth 



226 THOMAS FIELD [1900 

Phillips, Sidney Piers Victor 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1904 

The Vicarage^ Kidderminster 

Piiipp5, Paul Campbell 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1900 ; C. xi 1903-4 ; P. 
The Laurels^ St Albans 

Potter, Edwin John Row; left 190c 

(Mr. Stone) 

Denham^ Totteridge^ Herts, 

Roller, George Trevor ; left 1902 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Tadley, Basingstoke^ Hants. 

Schreiber, William Eric Brymer; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) 

/ Albert Road^ Bognor, Sussex 

Scrivener, (Egerton) Alaric Parks Levett; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) Clerk in the firm of Antony Gibbs & Sons 

A. P. Levett Scrivener, Esq., 
p/ Onslow Square^ S, IK 
Sibton Abbey, Yoxford, Suffolk 

5heppard, Frederick Lee 

(Mr. Wharton) Ent. Sch. 1900 ; Gibbs Sch. 1902 ; Heathcote Class Sch* 
1903 ; Worsley Pr. 1904 ; S.P. 1904 ; Exhib. Line. Coll. Oxf. 1904 

6 Warrior Gardens, St, Leonards-on-Sea 
5hiel, Francis Robert Archibald; left 1902 

(Mr. Bryans) Coll. of Science, Durham University 
Sniperley Hall, Durham 

Shiel, George Gerard; left 1903 

(Mr. Bryans) Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Sniperley Hall, Durham 

6 Windsor Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Simpson, Walter Anthony ; left 1904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Trin. Hall, Camb. 

May pool, Churston Ferrers, R,S,0,, South Devon 



t90o] THOMAS FIELD 227 

■ '/ 
Smith, John Noel 

(Mr. Bryans) P. 

112 Banbury Road^ Oxford 

Speir, Malcolm Scott ; left 1904 

(Mr. Evans) M.A. Edinburgh Univ. ; Drumsheugh Club (Edinburgh) 
CuldeeSy Muthill^ Perthshire^ N,B, 

Thompson, Percy Day; left 1902 

(Mr. Evansj F. xi 1902 ; with Messrs. Laurie, Milbank &• Co., Stockbrokers 
Buckhurst Lodge^ Sevenoaks^ Kent 

Trotter, John Frederick Arthur 

(Mr. Croome) 

The Hill, Batheaston, Bath 

Walker, Leonard Peel; left 1903 

(Mr. Evans) Fencing Rep. 1903 ; Capt. of Gym. ; P. ; in Bank of England ; 
Bath Club 

32 Brechin Place^ South Remington^ S. W, 
Wall, John 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Heathcote Math. Sch. 1903 ; C. xi 1904 ; P, 
Freckleton^ Wigan Lane^ Wigan 

Wilkinson, Herbert Gordon ; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) viii 1901-2 ; Stockbroker; London Rowing Club 
Woodstock, Mu swell Hill, N, 

Wilson, Charles Robert 

(Mr. Croome) viii 1903-4; P. 

Carrickmines House, Carrickmines, Co. Dublin 

Wilson, James Ernest Studholme; left 1902 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Milldrook Rectory, Southampton 

Witts, Frank Hole 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1900 ; P. 

Upper Slaughter Manor, Lower Slaughter, R.S.O., Glos, 



228 THOMAS FIELD [1900-1 

Wood, Binon Alexander; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

^7 Cadogan Gardens^ S, fV. 
Gwernyfed Park^ Glasbury^ Breconshire 



1901. 

Aldersey, Hay don Brian; left 1903 

(Mr. Stone) 

Gabledene^ Walton-on- Thames 

Baker, Robert Michael; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) C. xi 1904 ; with British Westinghouse Electric and Manufactg. 
Co. Ltd. 

Ramsden House, Ckarlbury^ Oxon. 
Barnett, Raimond Austin 

(Mr. Wharton) viii (cox) 1903 

Exchange Chambers, 24 St. Mary Axe, E. C. 

Benson, Knox D'arcy ; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) 

Romelyn, Paignton, Devon 

Bidden, Alfred William Stanley; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Hop merchant 

Shenuood Oaks, Kcnley^ Surrey 

Biden, Claude Eric de Beers ; left 1 904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Barnsley Rectory, Cirencester 

Blackburn, Edward Archibald Robson; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Robson House, Surrenden Road, Preston Park, Brighton 

Blackett, Henry Beaumont 

(Mr. Evans) 

Pirn Wood, Sunninghill, Berks 



i9oi] THOMAS FIELD 229 

Blencowe, John Walcot 

(Mr. Kirkby) C. xi 1904 ; F. xi 1904 

The Rectory^ West Ktrby, Cheshire 

Byatt, Richard Noel 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1902 

Coniston^ Upper Norivood, S,£. 

Carlisle, Charles Valentine 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1901 

Brooksidey Alderley Edge^ Cheshire 

Cartwrigfht, Victor Hamilton Aubrey ; left 1901 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Edgcote^ Banbury 

Chadwick, Rupert Pemberton 

(Mr. Wharton) 

I Princess Square^ Bayswater, IV. 

Collis Browne, William Henry Monta^fue 

(Mr. Evans) 

Monteag/e, Goda/ming, Surrey 

Coode, Bernard Henry 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1901 

Portway Lodge^ We//s, Some/ set 

Cripps, Leonard Harrison; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) F. xi 1904 

Parmoory Henley-on-Thames 

Culme-Seymour, Ernest Victor 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1901 ; P. 

Glenviiie^ Bitterne, nr, Southampton 

Ellis, Stephen Ratcliffe; left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1901 ; mining engineer and surveyor, with Messrs. 
Keilet, Ellis, and Kellet, Wigan 

Bellingham Lodge^ IVigan, Lancashire 



230 THOMAS FIELD [190 1 

Qibson Crai^, Eardley Charles William; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Villa Gitesse, j St Jean de Luz^ Basses Pyrknkes^ France 

Hardy, Thomas Lionel ; left 1 904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1901 ; Leeds Univ. ; Medical Student 

Clifton I^adge^ Lansdowne Road^ Tunbridge Wells 

Har^ood-Ash, Francis St. Albyn 

(Mr. Bryans) F. xi 1904 

Henley Lodge^ Bath 

Hart well, John Redmond ; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) C. xi 1903-4 ; Racquets Rep. 1903 ; R.M.C. Sandhurst (i6th) 
1904 

S4 Egerton Crescent^ S, W, 
Harvey, CyriljHarold.Fox 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

The Sanctuary^ Probus^ Cornwall 

Hodgson, Denys Kirkman ; left 1904 

(Mr. Evans) 

Y7 Eaton Square^ S, IV. 
Ashgrove^ Sevenoaks^ Kent 

Hollins, Richard Ro£:er; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Ketton Hallf Stamford 

Hug:hes, John Bernard; left 1902 

(Mr. Stone) H.M.S. Britannia 1902 (9th in competition) ; Midshipman, R.N. 
The Rectory^ Tarporhy^ Cheshire 

Hulbert, Maurice Leonard ; left 1903 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Ingleside^ Edge Hill Road^ Ealing^ W, 

Job, Bernard Crai^: Keble; left T904 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Lower Gomal Vicarage^ Dudley 



i9oi] THOMAS FIELD 231 

Johnson Houghton, Arthur Blundell; left 1904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Stock and share broker 
Westwood^ NestoH, Cheshire 

Knatchbull-Hugessen, Maurice Astley 

CMr. Wharton) 

West Grinstead Rectory^ Horsham 

Langley, Colin Kendall 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Narborougk House ^ Leamington Spa 

Lay ton, Maurice; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1904 

Thornton^ Harrow Wealdy Middlesex 

Loxley, Reginald Victor Byron 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Little Cloisters^ Gloucester 

Martin, Wilsey Montague Eugene ; left 1904 

(Mr. Croome) 

Fyfield House^ Oxford 

Mills, Frank; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Colville^ Worthing^ Sussex 

Morrell, Edward William ; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) F. xi 1903 

Lakelands, Dundrum, Co, Dublin 

Mundy. Otto 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1901 ; Gibbs Sch. 1903 ; Sch. Wadham Coll. 
Oxf. 1904 

Somers Viila^ Malvern 
Nassau, Tom Darcy ; left 1903 

(Mr. Bryans) 

St» Osyth, Colchester 



232 THOMAS FIELD [1901 

0*Beirne, Arthur James Lewis 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Asirop Grange^ Banbury 

Odlin^, Marmaduke 

(Mr. Croome) 

75 Norham Gardens^ Oxjord 

Percy, Charles Rowland Heber 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Leasingham Rectory, Sleaford 

Pratt-Barlow, Refi:inald Alexander; left 1902 

(Mr. Evans) Forfar and Kincardine R.G.A. (Mil.) 
Eastko/me^ East Southsea^ Hants, 

Rodd, Edward Francis Stanhope 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Cliardsiock Housf^ Chard^ Somerset 

St John,' Hon. Charles Paulet ; left 1904 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Melchboiirne Park^ Sharnbrook^ Beds. 

Shotter,* James Thomson ;*left 1902 

(Mr. Croome) In a Commercial Office 

Glen Eden, Caterham, Surrey 

Still, Stafford John Ob. June 1903 

(Mr. Evans) Died at Radley 

I 

Turnbull, Montagu Robert McGregor 

(.Mr. Croome) 

J Adamson Road, South Hampstead, N, H\ 

Vertue, Guy Naunton 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Knodishall, Oxshott, Surrey 

Woollcombe-Boyce, Kenneth WooUcombe 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1901 

Christowe^ Minchinhampton, Gios. 



1902] THOMAS FIELD 233 



1902. 

Anderson, John Sloane 

(Mr. Stone) 

Tlie Gables^ Purley^ Surrey 

Avent, Mark 

(Mr. Croome) 

Broughton Rectory^ Lechlade^ Glos. 

Balme, Francis Nettleton 

(Mr. Wharton) F. xi 1904 

Dunottar, Richmond Hill, Surrey 

Barnett, Henry Evelyn 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Bramshott^ Surbiton^ Surrey 

Berry, Walter; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) Engineer 

Eshald^ Woodiesfordy near Leeds 

Blackburn, Reg^lnald Herbert 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Robson House, Surrenden Road, Preston Park, Brighton 

Boult, Percy Thomas Oscar 

(Mr. Evans) Boxing Rep. 1903 ; F. xi 1904 

Vatetta, Lovelace Road, Surbiton, Surrey 

Broad wood, William Alfred ; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Broun, Philip Audney 

(Mr. Evans) 

Venuood Vicarage, Wimborne, Dorset 

Cazenove, Bernard de Lerison 

(Mr. Evans) 

5/ Cadogan Place, S. W. 

Hh 



234 THOMAS FIELD [1902 

Comyns-Lewer, Alexander David 

(Mr. Evans) 

6 Oakwood Avenuty Beckenham^ Kent 

Day, Stanley Nicholas 

(Mr. Croome) 

Remuera^ St, JohrCs Park Road^ Blackheath^ S,E, 

Fox, Frederick Neil 

(Mr. Stone) C. xi 1903-4 ; F. xi 1903-4 

The Cliff House^ MapUdurham^ Oxon, 

Qrisewood, Frederick Henry 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Daylesford Rectory^ Chipping Norton^ Oxon, 

Hack, Lionel 

(Mr. Croome) 

The Knoll^ Holmwood^ Surrey 

Harris, Walter Ralpii Shirley; left 1903 

(Mr. Simpkinson) On H.M.S. Worcester (Training Ship) 1904 
go Woodstock Road^ Oxford 

Hodgson, Henry Cecil 

(Mr. Croome) 

Copt Hall, Mill Hill, N. W, 

Hunt, Basil Hoidsworth 

(Mr. Bryans) 

6 Nor/oik Crescent, Hyde Park, W, 

Hunt, Claude Hoidsworth 

(Mr. Bryans) 

6 Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park, W. 

Illingworth, Howard Seymour 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Maplcdurwell, Basingstoke, Hants, 

Irvine, Quentin Hugh Innes 

(Mr. Croome) 

Drum Castle, Aberdeen, N,B: 



1902] THOMAS FIELD 235 

Jourdain, Henry James 

(Mr. Bryans) 

14 Cranley Gardens^ South Kensington^ S, IV, 

Jourdain, Percy Frederick Currie 

(Mr. Bryans) 

14 Cranky Gardens^ South Kensington^ S. IV. 

Kempe, John Erskine 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1902 

14 Montagu Place, Hyde Park, IV, 

Knapp- Fisher, Arthur Bedford 

(Mr. Stone) 

p Linden Gardens^ Bayswater^ W, 

Knowles, Bruce Milling^ton ; left 1903 

(Mr. Croome) 

Langham Hotel, Portland Place, W. 
Belair, Birkdale, Lancashire 

Knowles, Warwick Livy Ob. Sept. 1903 

(Mr. Croome) Drowned at Stokes Bay 

Layton, Edwin Noel 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Colne Hurst, Watford^ Herts, 

Lee, Roderick Northorp 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Saling Hally Paignton, S, Devon 

Lee Williams, Owen Llewelyn 

(Mr. Evans) 

St, Stephen^ s Manor, Cheltenham 

Longfland, Austin Charles 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1902 

Radley Vicarage, Abingdon 

Mag^enis, Richard Henry Cole 

(Mr. Evans) 

Drumdoe^ Boyle, Co, Roscommon 



236 THOMAS FIELD [1902 

Money, Eric Vaus:han 

(Mr. Evans) 

Byfleet Rectory y Surrey 

Moore, John Leslie Mackenzie 

(Mr. Croome) 

The Precincts^ Canterbury 

O'Malley, Owen 5t. Clair 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Denton House,, Cuddesdon^ Oxford 

Payne, James Ralph Salisbury 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Manor House,, Mobberley^ Knutsford 

Pullman, Arthur Donald Rieber ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Frilford, Surbiton Hill^ Surrey 

Rails ton, Spencer Julian Wilfred 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Ramsden Vicara^^e, Charlbury, Oxon. 

Reade, Robert Francis St. John 

(Mr. Evans) Ent. Sch. 1902 

Charlcombe Rectory ^ Bath 

Rennie, Gordon James 

(Mr. Bryans) 

4 East India Avenue^ E. C, 

Scott, John Christopher 

(Mr. Evans) 

Croft House, Skip ton-in- Craven, Vorhs. 

Seymour, Hugh Cuthbert 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Pylewll House, Hythe, Hants. 

5haw, Eric Maitland 

(Mr. Bryans) 

The Manor Housi, Wardington, Banbury 



1902] THOMAS FIELD 237 

Shaw, William 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Pennington Hall, I^igh^ Lanes, 

Sorby, Robert Harold 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Thorpe Salvin^ Worksop 

Speir, Ronald Fitzharding 

(Mr. Evans) 

Culdees^ Muthill^ Perthshire^ N,B. 

Sutton -Vane, Vane Hunt 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

57 The Drive, Hove, Sussex 

Taylor, John Wellesley 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Sherington Manor, Newport Pagnell, Bucks, 

Troutbeck, Hutton Ewan 

(Mr. Simpkinson) viii. 1904 ; Fencing Rep. 1904 

Union Bank of Australia, Corn hit I, E.C. 

Varvill, Wilfred Waiter 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

IVoodcote, Redington Road, Ifamps/ead, N. JV. 

Watson, Dominic Macaulay ; left 1904 

(Mr. Wharton) 

14 Marlborough Buildings, Bath 

Weyman, Arthur 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire 

Williams, Noel Dyson 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Chdlet Bon Accueii, Chdteau D^Oex, Sivitzerland 

Witts, Fredericlc Vavasour Broome 

(^Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1902 

Upper Slaughter Manor, Lower Slaughter, R.S. 0., Glos, 



238 THOMAS FIELD [1903 

1903. 

Ash, Qraham Baron 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Peierswood^ Barnt Green^ Birmingham 

Babinsrton, Thomas Zachary Dodson 

(Mr. Bryans) Ent. Sch. 1903 

Rodmell Place^ Ltives^ Sussex 

Balfour, Qeors:e Arthur Paton 

(Mr. Evans) 

Montrose, Langley Road, Watford, Herts, 

Barnett, Owen Eustace 

(Mr. Wharton) viii (cox.) 1904 

Bramshott, Snrbiton, Surrey 

Baynes, Edward Stuart Aug^ustus 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

120 Warimck Street, Ecclesion Square, S, JV, 

Bickersteth, Ernest Henry 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

IVest Lodge, Ripon 

Blackburn, Ernest Charles William 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Robson House, Surrenden Road, Preston Park, Brighton 

Bowman, Aubrey Cecil 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

The Hollies, Marple, Cheshire 

Brown, Clifford 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

East Walton Vicarage, Kings Lynn 

Bulley, Frederic Quy 

(Mr. Croome) 

Marston Hill, Fairford, Glos. 



1903] THOMAS FIELD 239 

Buxton, Leonard Halford Dudley 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1903 

82 Mortimer Street^ Cavendish Square^ W, 

Cain, Herbert Cecil 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Clevelands^ West Kirby^ Cheshire 

Carlisle, Philip Edmund 

(Mr. Evans) 

Brookside^ Alderley Edge^ Cheshire 

Carlyon-Hus:hes, Basil John Schreiber 

(Mr. Croome) 

Long Ridings, Hutton, Essex 

Cart, Alfred Edward Cecil 

(Mr. Evans) 

4g Albert Court, Kensington Gore, S. W, 

Chetwynd-Stapylton, Philip Miles 

(Mr. Evans) 

Great Berkhamstead, Herts. 

Cobb, John Winstanley 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Church Hill, Horsell, Woking 

Colles, John Christopher 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

16 Birchington Road, West Hampstead, N, W, 

Collins:wood, Eric Hugh; left 1904 

(Mr. Kirkby) Migrated to Repton 

Stoatley Copse, Haslemere, Surrey 

Compton-Smith, Geoffrey Lee 

(Mr. Wharton) 

J2 Catnpden House Court, Kensington, W. 

Currey, John Newman 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Yewhurst, East Grinstead, Sussex 



240 THOMAS FIELD [1903 

Qillett, Resrinald William 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Fairoak Lodge^ Bishopstoke^ Hants. 

Hars:reave, James Barnard 

(Mr. Evans) 

Alveston Leys^ Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshtre 

Henty, Edwin Claude 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Broadtvater Hally Worthing^ Sussex 

Holcrof t, Cyril Walter 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Coppy Hilly Btomsgrove^ Wore, 

Holderness, Ernest William Elsmie 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1904 

II Orme Courts Bayswater Road, W. 

Inman, Leslie Yardley 

(Mr. Croome) 

Highmoor Hall, Henley on- Thames 

Janson, James Theodore 

(Mr. Bryans) 

J J Belgrave Road^ S. H'. 

Johnston, Hugh Liddon 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1903 

Cuddesdon Vicarage, Oxford 

Kempe, Harry Francis Christopher 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1903 

14 Montagu Place, Hyde Park, W, 

King, Norman 

(Mr. Bryans) 

26 Nicholas Street, Chester 

Litherland, William Bradshaw; left 1904 

(Mr. Bryans) 

The Poplars, Duffield Road, Derby 



1903] THOMAS FIELD 241 

Littleton, Hugh Alexander 

(Mr. Stone) 

Bohun Lodge^ East Barnet 

Lloyd, Uprichard Ellis 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Shipley Grange^ Barnt Greett^ Birmingham 

MacDonald, Harold Symes 

(Mr. Stone) 

Herrison^ Dorchester^ Dorset 

McNiven, Edward Allan Hugh 

(Mr. Croome) 

Conock Manor^ Devizes, Wilts, 

Maryon Wilson, Hubert Quy 

^(Mr. Wharton) 

Great Canfield Rectory^ Dunmow, Essex 
Mott, Adrian Spear 

(Mr. Stone) 

10 Macaulay Road, Clapham Common^ S. IF, 

Nicholson, William Eric 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Sutton Hall, Little Sutton^ Cheshire 

Norman, Raymond Elder 

(Mr. Stone) Ent. Sch. 1903 

Ivy House, St, Albans, Herts, 

Northey, Hugh Reginald 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

4y Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W, 

Ommanney, Albert Larpent; left 1904 

(Mr. Evans) On H.M.S. " Conway " 

2 Eversley Park, Chester 

1 1 



242 THOMAS FIELD [1903 

Orr Ewins:, Hus:h Eric Dous:las 

(Mr. Evans) 

WesilandSy Guildford^ Surrey 

Parker-Jervis, Humphrey 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Footherhy Hall^ Lichfield^ Staffs, 

Phipps, Harold Edward 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. 1903 

The Laurels^ St. Albans^ Herts. 

Pullman, Leonard Wilfred 

(Mr. Stone) 

Alverstoke^ Clandon Road^ Guildford^ Surrey 

Roberts, Reginald Chaffers 

(Mr. Croome) 

Oakfieldy Chester 

Scott, Arthur Quy Durrant 

(Mr. Stone) 

2g Broomgrove Roady Sheffield 

Slingsby, Anthony Edward Kins: 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Carta Becky Skipton-in-Cravetiy Yorks. 

Snels^rove, John Sidney Norman 

(Mr. Stone) 

Kingswoody Tunbridge Wells 

Snelling, Donald Urquhart 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

foyce Hall, Southfleety Kent 

Swaff ield, Alfred Ronald Otway 

(Mr. Evans) 

J* Lansdowne Square, Rodwell, IVeymouth 

Thomas, Fredericlc Leyton Pershouse 

(Mr. Stone) 

Blackbrooke, PontrilaSy Hereford 



1 903-4] THOMAS FIELD 243 

Thornton, Ronald Edmond 

(Mr. Stone) 

Brock Hally Weedon^ Northanis. 

Tilly, Justice Crosland ; left 1904 

(Mr. Croorae) 

2 Cutcliffe GrovCy Bedford 

Twist, Cecil James; left 1904 

(Mr. Stone) Left after a short while owing to serious illness 
Afariansleighy Minehead, Somerset 

Whitworth, Eric Edward Allen 

(Mr. Croome) 

Wis:htwick, Humphrey Wolseley 

(Mr. Croome) 

Barton Fields^ Canterbury 

Wilson, Qeors:e Henry 

(Mr. Croome) 

Carrickmines House^ Carricktnines^ Co, Dublin 



1904. 

Aldersey, Ralph 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Aldersey Hall^ Chester 

Barker, Geoffrey 

(Mr. Bryans) 

6§ Westbourne Terrace^ W, 

Boswell, John Irvine Corrle 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Crawley Grange, Newport Fagnell, Bucks. 

Bruton, Charles Lamb 

(Mr. Croome) 

Bewick House, Gloucester 



244 THOMAS FIELD [1904 

Cadell, Alan Edward 

(Mr. Bryans) 

41 Arthur Roady Wimbledon Park^ S, W. 

Cavenas:h, Wentworth Qlyn 

(Nf r. Stone) 

The Red House^ St. Margaref s-at-Ciiffty Dover 

Chad wick, James Francis 

(Mr. Stone) 

Haulfre^ Beaumaris^ North Wales 

Chaloner, Thomas Weston Peel Long: 

(Mr. Evans) 

Gisbord Hally Guisborough^ Yorks. 

Churchill, Robert Res^inald 

(Mr. Stone) 

Everdon Rectory^ Daventry^ Northants. 

Davis, Harold Joseph 

(Mr. Evans) 

Holly Bush, Snaresbrook, Essex 

Duke, Michael 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Maltby Rectory, Alford, Lines. 

Esrerton, Arthur Oswald 

(Mr. Croome) 

Myddle Rectory, Shreivsbury 

PitzQibbon, Richard Apjohn 

(Mr. Croome) 

ig Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 

Freeman, Stephen Clibborn 

(Mr. Stone) 

Eyam Rectory, Sheffield 

Fulcher, Eric Jesse 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Redenham House, Andover, Hants, 



1904] THOMAS FIELD 245 

Has:s:ie, Qeors:e Esmond 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Brumcombe^ Foxcombe Hilly Oxford 

Hermon-Hods:e, John Percival 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1904 

Wyfold Courts Reading 

Hewetson, Richard Percival 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Clifford Endy Boston Spa^ Vorks, 

Holcroft, Harry Roy 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Coppy Hill, Bromsgrove, Worcs. 

Humphries, John Cyril 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Holmwoody Kidderminster 

Jourdain, Charles Edward Qeors:e 

(Mr. Bryans) 

14 Cranley Gardens^ South Kensington, S. JV. 

Levett, Richard Walter 

(Mr. Croome) 

Orleton, Wellington, Shropshire 

Lound, Vivian Stanley 

(Mr. Evans) 

Elmleigh, Littlebaurne, Dover 

Mackarness, Cuthbert Qeors:e Milford 

(.Mr. Kirkby) 

St, Martinis Vicarage, Scarborough 

Maxwell, Ian Bouverie 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Houghton, Huntingdon 

Nelson, Kenneth Montague 

(Mr, Kirkby) 

df Mc^deley Road, Ealing, W. 



A 



246 THOMAS FIELD [1904 

Nus:ee, Francis John 

(Mr. Stone) 

Muston Rectory^ Nottingham 

Ould, Ros:er Pieldins: 

(Mr. Bryans) 

Richmond House^ Chester 

Oxley, Selwyn Amos Nathaniel 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Petersham Vicarage^ Richmond^ Surrey 

Peach, Thomas Henry 

(Mr. Evans) 

Langley Hall^ Derby 

Pearson, Donald 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Chilwell Housey Chilwell^ Nottingham 

Percy, Neville Henry Heber 

(Mr. Wharton) 

Leasingham Rectory^ Sleafordy Lines, 

Pois:nand, Qeors^e Clive Irving: 

(Mr. Kirkby) Ent. Sch. 1904 

7 Pembroke Vale^ Clifton^ Bristol 

Rendall, Francis Geoffrey 

(Mr. Wharton) Ent. Sch. 1904 

The Hill Top^ Godalming^ Surrey 

Russell, Drostan Arthur Cumine 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Ent. Sch. (Sewell) 1904 

Adeny MtntlaWy Aberdeenshire 

Scott, Charles Clifford 

(Mr. Stone) 

2g Broomgrove Road^ Sheffield 

Scott, Durrant Lovell 

(Mr. Stone) 

Derry Hill Vicarage^ Calne^ Wilts, 



I9041 THOMAS FIELD 247 

^haw, Harry Lock wood 

(Mr. Wharton) 

BramertoHj West Kirby^ Cheshire 

Stuart, Colin Montague 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Monaro^ Surbiton^ Surrey 

Stuckey, Hugh Aylesbury 

(Mr. Simpkinson) 

Leadhall House^ Harrogate 

Taylor, Henry Leslie Jardine 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

DysofCs Wood, heading 

Thomson, Rutherford Kerr 

(Mr. Evans) 

Bank House, Chester 

Titchmarsh, Frederic Lawrance 

(Mr. Stone) 

47 Fonnereau Road, Ipswich , 

Tunbridge, William Stephen 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Rocklands, Woodbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham 

Turner, Lionel Francis 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Woodcraft, Cuckfield, Hay wards Heath, Sussex 

van Qruisen, Nicholas Albert Roy 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Harmston, West Kirby, Cheshire 

Vertue, Henry St. Hill 

(Mr. Kirkby) 

Knodishall, Oxshott, Surrey 

Vidal, Montague Richard Reynolds 

(Mr. Stone) 

Burridge, Sunningdale, Ascot 






248 THOMAS FIELD [1904 

Wheler, Sir Trevor >Vood. Bart. 

(Mr. Simpkinson) Succeeded his father as 13th Bart. 1904 
59 Wilbury Avenufy Hove^ Sussex 

Whitworth, Cyril Clinton Allen 

(Mr. Croome) 

Willcocks, Harold Francis 

(Mr. Croome) Ent. Sch. 1904 

Nutfield, Watford, Herts, 

Wolseley-Jenkins, Charles Wolseley 

(Mr. Evans) 

Abbotsfieldy Shrewsbury 

Wright, Charles James Stuart 

(Mr. Bryans) 

18 Victoria Place, Eastbourne 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN. 



JUNIOR (ENTRANCE) SCHOLARS. 



1867 
186S 
1869 

1870 
1871 
1872 



C. Penrose 
J. L. Bryans 

H. Gunner 
Austin Lowry 

M. A. Chilton 

II. Hine 

II. M. Stephens 



W. E. S. Cooper 

G. D. C. Wheeler 
P. E. Raven 
E. F. Hill 



1873 F. B. Taylor 
T. F. Hobson 
G. G. Morrice 

1874 T. F. Hobson 

1875 P- E. P. Craufurd 
E. B. F. Eddis 
A. Adams 

H. B. Cooper 

1876 G. A. K. Malleson 
R. S. Gray 

A. Adams 
J. B. Baker 

1877 G. Gordon 
Q. H. Baker 

B. O. C. Orlebar 
H. A. H. Payne 

1878 G. H. Baker 

C. V. Bagot 

1879 C* E* Johnstone 
T. G. Spyers 



1880 L. J. S. Wood 
G. H. Cooke 
H. B. Ellison 

1 88 1 T. A. Cook 

J. R. Randolph 
W. S. Frith 

1882 P. Marr Johnson 
G. R. Theobald 
R. H. Moss 

R. C. Dundas 
S. T. Dunn 
T. R. Spyers 

1883 F. St. B. Gregorie 
G. E. Barber 

A. J. P. Carmichael 
H. A. Pollock 

1884 C. C. Lemprifere 
G. E. W. Legg 
C. Hunt 

E. S. Bateman 
E. O. Beverley 
A. R. Glyn 



1885 



W. R. Stratton 
N. C. Stiffe 
C. C. Marshall 
F. M. Raikes 
Herbert C. Frith 
E. B. Leach 
P. N. F. Sheppard 



1886 A. S. Foster 

Viscount Mount- 

morres 
M. G. C. Glyn 
E. Y. Orlebar 
G. E. Mosley 
L. H. P. Birch 



1887 R. Marr Johnson 

(Sewell) 

D. R. Maclver 

E. G. Sington 
M. R. Newbolt 
C.N. North (Math.) 
N. R. Stone 

J. R. Wethered 
R. M*L. Hodgson 

1888 H. J. F. Badeley 
E. Kempc' 

B. Croft 

C. O. Sich 

E. R. Adams 

1889 St. G. B. A. Bailey 
A. T. Beckwith 
G.F. Squire (Math.) 
G. H. f)ay 

H. T. Dunster 
P. A. M. Nash 

1890 W. F. Money 
H. P. Fisher 
M. H. Harrison 
K. D. Mackenzie 

1891 C. E. Pawlett 
C. E. Bagot 

H. L. Wethered 
W. H. Hornell 

(Sewell) 

1892 A. Evans 

F. J. Portman 

G. T. Hellard 

1893 E. G. de C. Brooke 
H. W. Moggridge 
S. R. Gibbs 

W. R. Strickland 
R. D. Hodgson 
G. Parker 



11 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



JUNIOR (ENTRANCE) SCllOhkKS— (continued). 



1894 C. H. Marsh 
W. A. F. Jones 
F.C. M.F.Gladwin 
C. Whatley 

G. Le 6. Smith 

1895 F. J. L. Atterbury 
L. U. Wilkinson 
C. Whatley 

B. C. Hadow 
H. S. Oldham 

1896 G. B. Carlisle 

R. A. Courthorpe 
J. N. Balme 

1897 F. E. Storrs 

C. Le B. Smith 
(Sewell) 

P. K. Hodgson 
J. G. Bill 

1898 C. A. E. Williams 
N. Whatley 

H. I. Merriman 
R. E. Downes 

(Mod.) 
F. E. M. Reader 
E. O. Hogan 



1S99 J* ^^' Johnston 
R. W. Cruttwell 
G. W. H. Walker 
H. O. G. Sargent 

(Mod.) 
D. B. Banting 
J. H. Lyall 



1900 F. L. Sheppard 
P. C. Phipps 
C. N. M. Hamilton 
(Mod.) 

C. E. P. Henderson 

D. F. Money 
F. H. Witts 



1 901 C. V. Carlisle 

K. W. WooUcombc. 

Boyce 
S. R. Ellis 
O. Mundy 
J. L. Hardy 
E. V. Culme-Sey- 

mour 
B. H. Coodc 



1902 A. C. Longland 
F. V. B. Witts 
R. N. Byatt 

R. F. St. J. Reade 
J. E. Kempe 

1903 L. H. D. Buxton 
R. E. Norman 

T. Z. D. Babington 
H. F. C. Kempe 
H. E. Phipps 
H. L. Johnston 

1904 D. A. C. Russell 

(Sewell) 

F. G. Rcndall 

J. P. Hermon • 

Hodge 
H. F. Willcocks 

G. C. I. Poignand 
E.W.E.Holderness 



1862 W. J. Toye 

1863 T, J. Yarde 

1864 O. C. Kent 

1865 W. E. W. Collins 

1866 T. D. Raikes 

1867 H. W. K. Roscoe 

1868 J. E. Melhuish 

1869 C. L* Coote 

1870 R. H. M. Elwes 

1871 W. W. Ward 
1872 

1873 J. D. Robertson 

1874 B. R. Wilson 

1875 A. P. Moore 

1876 H. A. Johnstone 



JAMES SCHOLARS. 

1877 T. F. Hobson 

1878 H, B. Cooper 

1879 ^' Adams 

1880 G. Gordon 

1881 G. H. Baker 

1882 C. V. Bagot 

1883 L. J. S. Wood 

1884 T. A. Cook 

1885 J. R. Randolph 

1885 H. B. Ellison 

1886 G. R. Theobald 

1887 G. E. Barber 

1888 E. B. Leach 

1889 N. C. Stiffe 

1890 N. R. Stone 



I89I 


D. R. Maclver 


1892 


E. Kempe 


1893 


W. F. Money 


1894 


R. E. Stubbs 


1895 


F. J. Portman 


1896 


A. Evans 


1897 


C. H. Marsh 


1898 


C. Whatley 


1899 




1900 


G. B. Carlisle 


I90I 


N. Whatley 


1902 


T. L. Johnston 


1903 


*G. W. H. Walker 



C. J. Robin 
J. D. Morrice 



1862 
1863 

1864 T. D. Raikes 

1865 J. E. Melhuish 



GIBBS SCHOLARS. 

1866 W. Morrice 

1867 Evelyn Hubbard 

1868 A. G. Rogers 

1 869 E. Vaughan- Hughes 



1870 
1871 

1872 B. R. Wilson 

1873 W. E. S. Cooper 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



111 



GIBBS SCHOLARS— <r<?«/i««^fly. 



1874 

1875 
1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 
1880 

1881/ 

1882 
1883 



H. A. Johnstone 
T. F. Hobson 
H. B. Cooper 
G. Gordon 
G. A. K. Malleson 
G. H. Baker 
C. V. Bagot 
G. H. Cooke 
T. G. Spyers 
T. A. Cook 
R. H. Moss 



1884 

i88s{ 

1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 



P. Marr Johnson 


1894 


G. E. Barber 


1895 


C. C. Lempri^re 


1896 


N. C. Stiffe 


1897 


E. Y. Orlebar 


1898 


D. R. Maclver 


1899 


E. Kempe 


1900 


H. T. Dunster 


1901 


M. H. Harrison 


1902 


R. E. Stubbs 


1903 


H. L. Wethered 





A. Evans 
C. H. Marsh 
C. Whatley 

F. J. L. Atterbury 

G. B. Carlisle 
N. Whatley 

J. L. Johnston 
G. W. H. Walker 
F. L. Sheppard 
O. Mundy 



HEATHCOTE SCHOLARS. 



1863 H. M. Evans 

1864 W. Morrice 
1865 

1866 W. Bradford 



1867 J. E. Melhuish 

1868 Evelyn Hubbard 

1869 R. H. M. Elwes 

1870 C. L. Coote 



Classical, 



1875 H. A. Johnstone 

1876 T. F. Hobson 

1877 H. B. Cooper 

1878 A. Adams 

1879 G. A. K. Malleson 

1880 G. H. Baker 
.ofi, rC. V. Bagot 
'*^nC. E. Johnstone 

1882 L.J. S. Wood 

1883 T. A. Cook 

1884 J. R. Randolph 
-OQ-/T. R. Spyers 
'^5|g. R. Theobald 

1886 G. E. Barber 

1887 N. C. Stiffe 

1888 F. M. Raikes 

1889 D. R. Maclver 

1890 E. Kempe 
1891 

1892 K. D. Mackenzie 

1893 R. E. Stubbs 

1894 F. J. Portman 

1895 A. Evans 

1896 H. W. Moggridge 

1897 C. Whatley 

1898 F. J. L. Atterbury 

1899 G. B. Carlisle 

1900 N. Whatley 

1901 J. L. Johnston 

1902 G. W. H. Walker 

1903 F. L. Sheppard 



1871 

1872 F. G. Bowles 

1873 B. R. Wilson 

1874 W. E. S. Cooper 



Mathematical. 

G. G. Morrice 

F. B. Taylor 
J. A. Milne 

G. Gordon 
C. B. Bone 

C. V. Bagot 

G. H. Cooke 
J. R. Randolph 
S. T. Dunn 
H. A. Pollock 

C. C. Lempri^re 
E. A. C. Lister 
C. N. North 
R. Marr Johnson 
J. R. Wethered 

E. R. Adams 
P. A. M. Nash 
G. H. Day 

R. W. St. L. Gethin 

F. D. S. Gethin 



J. G. Bill 

E. B. A. Wood 



J. Wall 



IV 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



1859 H. C. B. Bazely 

i860 E. Worsley 

1 861 R. T. Raikes 

1862 W.J. Toye 

1863 T. J. Yarde 

1864 M. Longridge 

1865 W. E. W. Collins 

1866 J. D. Morrice 

1867 T. D. Raikes 

1868 J. E. Melhuish 

1869 Evelyn Hubbard 

1870 R. H. M. Elwes 

1 87 1 C. L. Coote 

1872 W. W. Ward 

1873 



GOLD MEDALLISTS. 

1874 B. R. Wilson 

1875 

X876 W. E. S. Cooper 

1877 

1878 T. F. Hobson 

1879 

1880 A. Adams 

1881 

1882 

1883 C. V. Bagot 

1884 

1885 T. A. Cook 

1886 

1887 

1888 



1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 
1894 

1895 
1896 

1897 
1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 



N. C. Stiffe 
E. Kempe 
R. E. Stubbs 



W. R. Strickland 
C. H. Marsh 
C. Whatley 
G. B. Carlisle 
F. E. Storrs 
N. Whatley 
J. L. Johnston 



WORSLEY PRIZE. 



873 W. L. Wigan 

874 B. R. Wilson 

875 P, E. Raven 

876 H. A. Johnstone 

877 H. B. Cooper 

878 T. F. Hobson 

879 H. B. Cooper 

880 A. Adams 

881 G. H. Baker 

882 L. J. S. Wood 

883 J. R. Randolph 

884 W. S. Frith 



1885 
1886 
1887 

1888 



T. 
G. 
G. 
E. 
F. 
H. 
/E. 

[i 

i89o{^; 
1891 D. 



1889 



R. Spyers 
R. Theobald 
E. Barber 
B. Leach 
M. Raikes 

A. Pollock 

B. Leach 
C Stiffe 
S. Foster 

C. Stiffe 
R. Stone 
R. Maclver 



1892 H. J. F. Badeley 

1893 R. E. Stubbs 

1894 R. E. Stubbs 

1895 F. J. Portman 

1896 G. T. Hellard 

1897 C. H. Marsh 

1898 C. Whatley 

1899 C. Whatley 

1900 G. B. Carlisle 

1 901 J. L. Johnston 

1902 N, Whatley 

1903 J. L. Johnston 



PRIZE FOR HISTORICAL ESSAY. 



1858 W. Hook 

1859 H. T. Morgan 
i860 Egerton Hubbard 
tCAt/H. C. B. Bazely 
^^^He. B. Brackenbury 

1862 C. W. Collins 

1863 C. W. Collins 

1864 A. S. Loxley 

1865 R. H. Monro 

1866 W. E. W. Collins 

1867 H. W. K. Roscoe 

1868 H. G.JIardy 

1869 A. L. A. Mason 

1870 H. F. Elkington 

1 87 1 C. L. Coote 

1872 W. W. Ward 

1873 E. C. M. Evans 



1874 


A. 


1875 


A. 


1876 


B. 


1877 


F. 


1878 


T. 


1879 


H. 


1880 


H. 


I88I 


J. < 


1882 


G. 


1883 


H. 


1884 


A. 


1885 


(T. 
IR. 


1886 


R. 


1887 


G. 


1888 


E. 


1889 


E. 



E. Wigan 
P. Moore 
R. Wilson 
Rohrweger 

F. Hob^n 

B. Cooper 
R. Cholniondeley 
G. Gibson 

C. Glyn 
H. Williams 
S. B. Freer 

A. Cook 
C. Dundas 
H. Moss 
S. Pott 

B. Leach 
B. Leach 



1890 
1891 

1892 { 

1893 
1894 

1895 
1896 

1897 
1898 

1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 



J. L. Williams 
J. L. Williams 

E. Kempe 

M. R. Newbolt 
M. R. Newbolt 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 
K. D. Mackenzie 
T. R. Bridson 

F. O. J. Huntley 
C. Whatley 

C. Whatley 
F. E. Storrs 
N. Whatley 
J. L. Johnston 
J. L. Johnston 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



LATIN PROSE. 



1862 
1S63 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 
1876 

1877 



i8S9{ 

i860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 

i865{ 

1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 



G. H. Lightfoot 
C. W. Collins 



H, W. K. Roscoe 
W. E. W. Collins 
H. W. K. Roscoe 
H. W. K, Roscoe 
A. G. Rogeri 
A. G. Refers 
C. L. Coote 



G. T. Worsley 
D. J. Greene 
Edward Worsley 
C W. Collins 
C. W. Collins 

W. E. W. Collins 
W. E. W. Collins 
A. Jennings 
W. E. W. Collins 
H. W. K. Roscoe 

H. W. K. Roscoe 



C. L. Coote 



1883 C. V. 



1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 



G. R. 
T. R. 

N. C. 
E. B. 



Bagot 
Ellison . 
Spyers 
Theol)ald 
Spyers 

Stiffe 
Leach 



1862 

1863 

1864 W. E. W. Collins 

1865 

1866 W. E. W. Collins 

1867 

1868 G. E. Melhuish 

1869 W. Morrice 

1870 R. H. M. Elwes 

187 1 
1872 

1873 A. P. Moore 



1878 

1879 
1880 

1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 

i89i{ 
1892 



H. B. Cooper 
H. B. Cooper 
H. B. Cooper 
A. Adams 
C. V. Bagot 

C. V. Bagot 
L. J. S. Wood 
G. R. Theobald 

G. R. Theobald 

E. B. Leach 

E. B. Leach 
N. C. Stiffe 

F. M. Raikes 

D. Maclver 



MORGAN VERSE. 

1873 

1874 A. P. Moore 

1875 

1876 

1877 H. A. Johnstone 

1878 

1879 H. B. Cooper 

1880 A. Adams 
1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 T. A. Cook 

1885 

1886 G. E. Barber 

1887 

1888 

GREEK PROSE. 

1890 N. C. Stiffe 

1 89 1 D. Maclver 
1892 

1893 W. F. Money 

1894 W. F. Money 

1895 F. J. Porlman 
1896 

1897 

GREEK IAMBICS. 

1874 E. B. Cooper 

1875 
1876 

1877 
,878{ T. 

1879 A. 

i88o{ ^ 

i88j G. 

1882 C. 

1883 T. 



F. Hobson 

B. Cooper 

Adams 

Adams 

Gordon 

Gordon 

E. Johnstone 

A. Cook 



1893 
1894 

1895 
1896 

1897 
1898 
J 899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 



R. McL. Hodgson 
W. F. Money 
W. F. Money 
T. R. Bridson 
C. H. Marsh 



F. J. L. Atterbury 
F. E. Storrs 

J. L. Johnston 
J. L. Johnston 



1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 
1894 

1895 
1896 

1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 



N. C. Stiffe 

E. Kempe 
M. II. Harrison 
T. R. Bridson 
T. R. Bridson 
C. H. Marsh 
C. H. Marsh 
C. H. Marsh 
C. Whatley 
G. B. CarUsle 
R. W. Cruttwell 
N. Whatley 
R. W. Cruttwell 



1898 E. G. de C. Brooke 

X899 C. H. Marsh 

1900 

1901 G. B. Carlisle 

1902 

1903 N. Whatley 

1904 L. C. Smith 



1884 L. J. S. Wood 

1885 T. A. Cook 

1886 G. £. Barber 



1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 

1903 
1904 



E. G. de C. Brooke 
E. G. de C. Brooke 

R. A. Courthope 
R. A. Courthope 
R. W. Cruttwell 
G. W. H. Walker 
R. W. Cruttwell 



VI 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



,oc- / C. C. Lemprihe 
'^^\ E. B. Leach 
1S90 Hon. mentioned : 
N. C. Stiffe 

1891 D. Mclver. Hon. 

mentioned : E. 
Kempe 

1892 E. Kempe 

1893 H. J. F. Badeley 



ENGLISH LITERATURE. 

1893 M. H. Harrison 1898 H. 
M. R. Newbolt 1899 G. 

1894 R. E. Stubl)s 1900 G. 
K. D. Mackenzie 1901 N. 

1895 1902 N. 

1896 F. J. Portman 1903 N. 
A. Evans 1904 R. 
T. R. Bridson 

1897 R. D. Ho igson 



D. Belgrave 

B. Carlisle 

B. Carlisle 

Whatley 

Whatley 

Whatley 

A. P. Colborne 



1852 

1853 
1854 

1855 
1856 

1857 
1858 

1859 
i860 
1861 
1862 

1863 
1864 
1865 

1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 



G. E. Melhuish 
W. G. G. Austin 

R. W. Risley 

H. A. Spyers 
H. Sewell 
H. T. Morgan 
F. S. Russell 
C. A. P. Talbot 
A. J. Richards 
Hon.H.G.L.Crich. 

ton 
W. J. Toye 
W. A. Bradford 
R. H. Monro 
I. W. Gosset 
W. E. W. Collins 
K. E. Barrow 
H. W. K. Roscoe 
H. M. Evans 
C. R. Ward 



SENIOR PREFECTS. 

1 87 1 W. Morrice 
C. L. Coote 

1872 W. W. Ward 

1873 E. C. M. Evans 

1874 R. R. Beard 
E. B. Cooper 

1875 C. A. Cresswell 

1876 B. R. Wilson 
H. A. Johnstone 

1877 G. G. Morrice 

1878 F. B. Taylor 

1879 H. B. Cooper 

1880 G. A. K. Malleson 

1881 A. Adams 
G. H. Baker 

1882 G. C. Glyn 

1883 C. E. Johnstone 

1884 H. B. Craven 
T. R. H. Cook 

1885 T. A. Cook 

1886 J. R. Randolph 
G. R. Theobald 



1887 A. D. Ingram 

1888 C. Hunt 

1889 E. B. Leach 

1890 E. W. H. Theobald 

1891 C. W. H. Crichton 

1892 C. A. L. Lewis 

1893 H. R. M. Bourne 
M. S. Bower 

1 894 H . B. Money -Coutts 

1895 E. W. Macdonald 

1896 C. N. T. Jeffreys 

1897 G. T. Lee 

1898 C. H. Marsh 

1899 H. M. Worsley 

1900 C. A. Lindsay 
J. N. Balme 

1 901 C. H. Illing worth 

1902 N. Whatley 

1903 J. L. Johnston 

1904 F. L. Sheppard 



SCHOLARS AND EXHIBITIONERS AT OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE. 
N,B» — Unless otherwise stated the Scholarship or Exhibition is for Classics, 

1850 S. H. Reynolds 

1853 W. G. G. Austin 

1854 G. E. Melhuish 

1854 E. S. Richards 

F. T. HeUing 
1858 J. S. Biscoe 
H. Sewell 
W. B. Woodgate 
F. A. Ranken 
H. C. B. Bazely 

1861 E. Worsley 

1862 A. Sewell 
R. T. Raikes 

1863 C. W, Collins 



Scholar 


Exeter 


Oxford 


r Exhibitioner 


Exeter \ 
Magdalen/ 




\Demy 


>» 


Postmaster 


Merton 


9> 


/Exhibitioner 
\Demy 


Trinity \ 
Magdalen/ 




>» 


Bible Clerk 


Oriel 


>> 


Scholar 


Lincoln 


f> 


>i 


University 


tf 


19 


Brasenose 


>f 


l> 


Caius 


Cambridge 


It 


Brasenose 


Oxford 


Exhibitioner 


Magdalen 


>i 


Choral Scholar 


New College 


»> 


Math. Postmaster 


Merton 


>> 


Demy. 


Magdalen 


»> 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



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SCHOLARS AND EXHIBITIONERS— r^tf«/m«^^;. 



1863 
1866 

1867 

1868 
1869 
1870 
1872 

1874 
1876 

1877 
1878 

1879 
1880 

1883 
1884 



1885 
1886 

1887 
1888 



1889 

1890 
1891 

1892 
1894 



1895 
1896 

1897 



E. W. L. Popham 
W. B. Gray 

W. E. W. Collins 

T. D. Raikes 
H. W. K. Roscoe 
J. E. Melhuish 
C. L. Coote 
W. W. Ward 

A. E. Wigan 

B. R. Wilson 
A. P. Moore 

H. A. Johnstone 
T. F. Hobson 

F. B. Taylor 
H. B. Cooper 
A. Adams 

G. A. K. Malleson 

C. V. Bagot 
G. H. Baker 
W. H. Wilson 
T. G. Spyers 

T. A. Cook 

H. B. Ellison 
S. T. Dunn 
G. R. Theobald 
A. S. B. Freer 
A. J. H. Mowbray 
G. E. Barber 
A. Ward 
F. R. L. Wilson 
H. H. Williams 
C. C. Lempri^re 



Scholar 



»» 



(Exhibitioner 
Scholar 






>> 



Demy 

Exhibitioner 

Scholar 



>> 



»» 



Junior Student 
Scholar 



f> 



Demy 

Exhibitioner 

Scholar 

Exhibitioner 

Science Scholar 

Demy 

{Exhii>itioner 
Scholar 



>» 



Science Postmaster 
Exhibitioner 
Hist. Exhibitioner 
Science Demy 
Scholar 
Science Demy 
Science Scholar 
Fell Exhibitioner 
Exhibitioner 



Viscount Mountmorres Science Exhibitioner 



1899 



1900 



E. B. Leach 
N. C. Stiffe 
R. K. C. Hunt 

D. R. Maclver 

E. Kempe 

M. R. Newbolt 
K. D. Mackenzie 
R. E. Stubbs 
H. B. M. Coutts 
M. H. Harrison 
W. F. Money 

F. J. Portman 

G. T. Hellard 

A. Evans 

W. R. Strickland 
H. W. Moggridge 
C. H. Marsh 
E. G. de C. Brooke 

B. O. Cartwright 

C. Whatley 

L. U. Wilkinson 
G. B. Carlisle 



Exhibitioner 



>* 



Fell Exhibitioner 
Scholar 

>♦ 
Exhibitioner 
Scholar 
Exhibitioner 
Scholar 
Exhibitioner • 

Scholar 

Exhibitioner 

Scholar 

Exhibitioner 

Scholar 

Postmaster 

Science Exhibitioner 

Scholar 



Exhibitioner 



Queen's 
Clare 
Queen's ) 
Jesus \ 
Oriel 
Corpus 
Wadham 
Brasenose 
Magd. 
Keble 
Keble 
Wadham 
Keble 

Christ Church 
Hertford 
Keble 
Magdalen 
Wadham 
Pembroke 
Corpus 
Keble 
Magdalen 
Exeter 
Wadham 
Pembroke 
Merton 
Exeter 
Trinity 
Magdalen 
Worcester 
Magdalen 
Keble 

Christ Church 
Worcester 
Balliol 
Worcester 
Worcester 
Christ Church 
Queen's 
Lincoln 
St. John's 
Hertford 
Corpus 
Wadham 
Worcester 
Worcester 
Christ Church 
Worcester 
Lincoln 
Keble 
Corpus 
Wadham 
Merton 
King's 
Worcester 
Pembroke 
Worcester 



Oxford 
Cambridge 

Oxford 



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SCHOLARS AND EXHIBITIONERS— f^f^w/iUM^;. 



F. E. Storrs 



1901 

1902 N. Whatley 

{. L. Johnston 
. 6. Partington 

1903 R. W. Cruttwell 

G. H. M. Robertson 

1904 L. C. Smith 
J. H. Lyall 

R. W. Cruttwell 
J. L. Johnston 



{Exhibitioner 
Rustat Scholar 
Scholar 
Demy 

Exhibitioner 
Scholar 
Exhibitioner 
History Exhibitioner 



»t 



Demy 
Squire Scholar 



Wadham 

Jesus 

Hertford 

Magdalen 

Pembroke 

Hertford 

Trinity 

Merton 

Exeter 

Magdalen 



Oxford 

Cambridge 

Oxford 



»> 



Cambridge 
Oxford 



I) 



DISTINCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITIES. 



1852 S. H. Reynolds 

1853 S. H. Reynolds 

1854 S. H. Reynolds 

1855 G. E. Melhuish 
1861 H. T. Morgan 

R. Woodward 

1863 H. C. B. Bazely 
F. A. Ranken 

1864 C. W. Collins 

1865 Egerton Hubbard 
J. P. Hartree 

1866 C. S. Tomes 

1867 E. Worsley 
F. B. Henn 

1868 H. C. B. Bazely 

1869 C. W. Collins 
F. H. Anson 

187 1 H.W. K. Roscoe 
H. W. K. Roscoe 
Hon. H. G. Hardy 

1872 Hon. H. G. Hardy 

A. C. Jennings 

1873 A. C. Jennings 
ir. W. K. Roscoe 
C. L. Coote 

1874 W. W. Ward 
1876 C. L. Coote 

1879 S. C. Freer 

B. T. A. Evetts 

1880 A. P. Moore 

1882 H. B. Cooper 

1883 A. Adams 

1884 H. B. Cooper 

1885 G. H. Baker 

1886 H. B. Cooper 

1887 J. B. Baker 
H. B. Cooper 

1888 A. S. B. Freer 
W. H. Wilson 

1890 T. G. Spyers 

1891 W. H. Wilson 

1896 D. R. Maclver 

1897 R. E. Stubbs 



1st Classical Moderations 
Newdigate Verse Prize 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Classical Moderations 
Denyer Theological Scholarship 
1st Natural Science 
1st Classical Moderations 
30th Wrangler 
Stanhope Essay 
1st Law and History 
1st Natural Science Tripos 
1st Natural Science 
Fellowship, Magdalen 
Composition Prize, Trinity Coll. , Dublin 
Denyer Theological Scholarship 
Latin Essay 
1st Mathematical Finals 
Stanhope Essay 
1st Classical Moderations 
1st Law and History 
Fellowship, All Souls 
Carus Greek Testament and Jeremie 
Septuagint Prizes; Crosse Scholarship 
1st Theological Tripos 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Classical Moderations 
1st Classical Moderations 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st History 

Taylorian Spanish Scholarship 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Classical Moderations 
1st Classical Moderations 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Classical Moderations 
prox. ace. Chancellor's Latin Essay 
1st Classical Moderations 
Fellowship, Hertford 
1st History 
1st Natural Science 

prox. ace. Chancellor's English Essay 
Radcliife Travelling Fellowship 
1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Classical Moderations 



SCHOLARS AND PRIZEMEN 



IX 



DISTINCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITIES-^^«/^««^^. 



1899 R. E. Stubbs 

B. O. Cartwright 
K. D. Mackenzie 

1903 L. U. WilluDSon 



1st Literae Humaniores 
1st Natural Science Tripos 
1st Literae Humaniores 
History Exhibition (St. John's Coll. 
Camb.) 



R.M.A. WOOLWICH AND R.M.C. SANDHURST. 



1854 

1857 

1858 
i860 
1861 



1863 
1868 
1869 
1870 

1874 
1890 

1891 
1894 
1895 



Woolwich 






Addiscombe 
Woolwich 
>) 

}> 

Woolwich 

9> 
♦ » 

Sandhurst 
Woolwich 
Sandhurst 



1896 Woolwich 

1897 
1898 

Sandhurst 



If 



1899 Woolwich 



)) 
}» 



1900 „ 

Sandhurst 

1 901 Woolwich 



>> 



1902 Sandhurst 



W. S. Brown 

H. M. Moorsom 

W. S. Brown, Good Conduct Sword 

H. M. Moorsom, Good Conduct Sword 

L. Downes 

C. E. Salkeid 

E. Downes . 

J. S. Biscoe' 

H. G, Siddons 

A. Bell ] 

A. M. Pinh^y 

E. J. T. RoSs-of-Bladensbui^ 
W. G. Bowser (23rd) 

C. C. Long^idge 

F. G. Bowles (9th) 

R. Marr Jol^nson (9th) 
C. N. North (33rd) 
J. R. Wethered (74th) 
R. W. St. L. Gethin (34th) 
H. L. Wethered (44th) 

G. L. Grossman (113th) 

F. D. S. Gethin (37th) 
W. H. Riddell (4bth) 
L. T. Raikes 

L. G. Pringle 

G. H. Barnett 
G. T. Lee 

J. F. Bill 

G. Heygate 

E. P. Le Breton 

A. D. Chanter 

W. F. C. McClintock 

V. D. Loxley 

J. G. Bill 

R. E. Downes 

G. T. Raikes 



H.M.S. BRITANNIA. 

1900 R. H. T. Raikes 
1902 J. B. Hughes 



CIVIL SERVICE. 



1S61 H. Sewell 

1866 R. Sewell 

1 87 1 E. P. Henderson 

1873 A. E. Staley 

1882 G. Gordon 



Indian 






1895 N. C. Stiflfe 

1898 M. II. Harrison 

(ist) 1899 R. E. Stubbs 

(6th) 1902 H. W. Moggridge 

(8th) 1903 C. H. Marsh 



Indian (23rd) 

„ (82nd) 

Home (i6th) 



Indian 



ATHLETIC RECORD. 



ROWING. 



1853. 
R. W. Risley (bow) 

2. F. T. Hetling 

3. J. C. Thynne 

4. J. Cocks 

5. B. J. Monsell 

6. C. P. Austin 

7. H. Sewell 

J. B. Orme (str.) 
W.J. Holland (cox.) 

1854. 
Same as 1853 

1856. 

H. Sewell (bow) 

2. C. P. Austin 

3. B. J. Monsell 

4. T. C. Thynne 

5. L. C. Irons 

6. J. B. Orme 

7. R. A. Boyle 
W. Hook (str. ) 

W. J. Holland (cox.) 



1855. 
R. W. Risley (bow) 

2. B. J. Monsell 

3. T. C. Thynne 

4. J. Cocks 

5. R. A. Boyle 

6. C. P. Austin 

7. H. Sewell 

T. B. Orme (str. ) 
W.J. Holland (cox.) 



1857. 
W. Hook (bow) 

2. J. B. Orme 

3. L. Downes 

4. R. A. Boyle 

5. H. A. Spyers 

6. B. J. Monsell 

7. C. P. Austin 

J. C. Thynne (str.) 
W.J. Holland (cox.) 



1858. 



On April 9th a challeng^e was sent by Eton to Radley to row at Henley, and was 
accepted. 

Saturday ^ June 26th, 

Eton and Radley rowed together at Henley, over the Regatta Course, i mile 500 
yards. The time occupied was 8 minutes. Eton won by |-length. l^he following 
are the names of the crews : — 



Eton. 

C. H. Hall (bow) 

2. V. B. Van de Weyer 

3. D. Richards 

4. 0. Wynne 

5. E. W. Hessey 

6. Hon. F, C. Trench 

7. H. Collinps 

Hon. V. F. Lawless(str. ) 
F. Hopwood (cox.) 



Radley. 

W. T. Monsell (bow) 

2. W. R Woodgate 

3. G. J. Thornhill 

4. R, A. Boyle 

5. J. X. Merriman 

6. E. N. Phillips 

7. L. Downes 

C. P. Austin (str.) 
W.J. Holland (cox.) 



RO WING 



XI 



1859. 
M. J. O'Brien (bow) 

2. Hon. H. G. L. Crichton 

3. A. J. Richards 

4. C. B. Thornhill 

5. S. Phillips 

6. G. J. Thornhill 

7. C. A. P. Talbot 

E. N. PhUlips (str.) 
C. Hook (cox.) 



i860. 

M. J. O'Brien (bow) 

2. Hon. H. G. L. Crichton 

3. A. J. Richards 

4. M. Brown 

5. C. A. P. Talbot 

6. C. B. Thornhill 

7. G. J. Thornhill 

W. T. Monsell (str.) 
C. Hook (cox.) 



1861. 



This year permission was granted to Radley to enter for the " Ladies* Plate " at 
Henley, which they accordingly did. The first heat for the Ladies' Plate was rowed 
on Monday, June 24th, when the following crews contended. 



Outside, 

Trinity, Oxford. 
C. A. Gamett (bow) 

2. C. W. Smith 

3. H. E. Hutton 

4. Robertson 

5. A. R. Poole 

6. W. B. Rhodes 

7. J. H. Thompson 
H. Couchman (str.) 
K. W. Wilkie (cox.) 



Centre, 

Eton. 
Parker (bow) 

2. Mort 

3. Orme 

4. Lord Boringdon 

5. A. Kinglake 

6. H. Garnett 

7. C.B. Lawes 

R. B. Humphreys (st.) 
Hon. H.Needham(cox. ) 



Inside. 

Radley. 
Randle Feilden (bow) 

2. G. H. Talbot 

3. A. V. Nathan 

4. A. J. Richards 

5. C. B. Thornhill 

6. J. S. Wynne 

7. M. Brown (str.) 
Hon. H. G. L. Crichton 
C. Hook (cox.) 



Eton went off with a very fast stroke, which soon gave them a lead of about half a 
length in front of Trinity ; the latter, however, by their steady and determined rowing 
made up for lost ground and went ahead of Eton, ultimately winning by about three 
lengths ; Radley about three lengths astern of Eton, as owing to the cork buoy having 
become entangled in their rudder lines at the commencement, Eton were two lengths 
ahead before Radley had fairly started. 



1862. 

Randle Feilden (bow) 

2. E. T. W. Dunn 

3. R. C. Walpole 

4. J. S. Wynne 

5. R. T. Raikcs 

6. A. J. Richards 

7. M. Brown [(str.) 
Hon. H. G. L. Crichton 
C. Hook (cox.) 

1865. 

E. W. Monro (bow) 

2. J. Mair 

3. C. Lethbridge 

4. R. K. O. Rowan 

5. I. W. Gosset 

6. W. R. Thornhill 

7. J. F. G. Rossof Bladens- 

burg 
G. J. Richards (str.) 
W. H. Longridge(cox.) 



1863. 

G. Law (bow) 

2. R. H. Ludlow-Bruges 

3. R. F. Wade 

4. C. G. Perceval 

5. J. P. Law 

6. Randle Feilden 

7. C. S. Tomes 
C. Hook (str.) 
E.'H. Liddell (cox.) 

1866. 

T. H. A. Houblon(bow) 

2. H. Chad wick 

3. H. E. Burgess 

4. E. S. Roscoe [burg 

5. R. S. Ross of Bladens- 

6. W. R. Thornhill 

7. J. Mair 

G. J. Richards (str.) 
C. C. Longridge (cox. ) 



1864. 

G. C. Rotherham (bow) 

2. R. H. Monro 

3. I. W. Gosset 

4. J. J. Meynell 

5. T. D. W. Dunn 

6. R. F. Wade 

7. G. J. Richards 

A. J. L. Gordon (str.) 
G. A. Fenwick (cox.) 

1867. 

C. E. Yard (bow) 

2. H. Chadwick 

3. J. Mair 

4. F. B. Wade 

5. H. E. Burgess 

6. E. S. Roscoe 

7. W. G. Bowyer 

T. H. A. Houblon(str.) 
C. C. Longridge (cox.) 



Xll 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



1868 (a). 

J. Longridge (bow) 

2. H. M. Evans 

3. F. W. Dunn 

4. R. W. J. Smart 

5. F. B. Wade 

6. R. J. Waldie-Griffith 

7. H. E. Burgess 

T. H. A. Houblon(str.) 
C. C. Longridge (cox.) 



1869. 

H. F. Elkington (bow) 

2. T. Stock 

3. H. W. K. Roscoe 

4. C. W. L. Browne 

5. F. B. Wade 

6. R. G. Randall 

7. G. H. Gray 

F. W. Dunn (str.) 
W. L. Wigan(cox.) 



1870 {b). 

W. C. Roscoe (bow) 

2. G. H. Gray 

3. A. R. Harding 

4. W. Morrice 

5. C. W. L. Browne 

6. P. W. Brancker 

7. T. Stock 

H. M. Evans (str.) 
W. . L. Wigan (cox. ) 



1871. 

R. C. Haviland (bow) 

2. F. Spurling 

3. W. Morrice 

4. A. J. Hargreaves 

5. C. W. L. Browne 

6. A. R. Harding 

7. E. Charrington 

P. W. Brancker (str.) 
A. B. D. Goldie (cox.) 



1872. 

G. L. Orred (bow) 

2. H. W. G. Dashwood 

3. A. E. Hurford 

4. S. M. Tancred 

5. T. E. Hockin 

6. St. J. B. Roscoe 

7. W. L. Wigan 

P. W. Brancker (str.) 
A. B. D. Goldie (cox.) 



1873. 
G. L. Orred (bow) 

2. C. G. Beard 

3. W. Bowman 

4. J. N. Hayley 

5. A. E. Wigan 

6. T. E. Hockin 

7. St. J. B. Roscoe 

S. M. Tancred (str.) 
C. H. de Winton (cox.) 



1874. 
R. Corbet (bow) 

2. A. H. Molesworth 

3. A. Homfray 

4. G. H. Ilolcroft 

5. E. B. Cooper 

6. C. G. Beard 

7. J. N. Hayley 

G. B. Youn^(str.) 

C. H. de Wmton (cox. ) 



1875. 
H. C. Loxley(bow) 

2. C. W. B. Farrant 

3. W. Holcroft 

4. J. J. Mallock 

5. G. H. Holcroft 

6. C. G. Beard 

7. A. Young 

G. B. Young (str.) 
H. C. Holland (cox. 



1876. 

H. B. Greenfield (bow) 

2. W. E. S. Cooper 

3. H. M. M. Evans 

4. A. Young 

5. W. Holcroft 

6. F. Rohrweger 

7. C. W. B. Farrant 
H. C. Loxley (str.) 
S. W. Gaskell(cox.) 



1877. 
P. Hargreaves (bow) 
2^ S. C. Bristowe 

3. H. G. L. Howard- Vyse 

4. W. E. S. Cooper 

5. H. B. Greenfield 

6. il. M. M. Evans 

7. F. Rohrweger 

H. C. Loxley (str.) 
S. G. Fenton (cox.) 



1878. 

H. J. E. Scott (bow) 

2. C. H. Binstead 

3. L. Howell 

4. J. A. Milne 

5. R. B. P. Cator 

6. S. C. Bristowe 

7. P. H. Champernowne 
J. G. Gibson (str.) 

S. G. Fenton (cox.) 



1879 Kc), 

C. H. Binstead (bow) 

2. H. J. E. Scott 

3. L. Howell 

4. J. E. Fowler 

5. G. A. K. Malleson 

6. Hon. H. Yarde-Buller 

7. R. B. P. Cator 

J. G. Gibson (str.) 
S. G. Fenton (cox.) 



(a) Thames Cup ;— beat London R.C. (and), and beaten by Pcmb. Coll. Oxf. 

(6) do. ; — beat Royal Artillery. 

(c) Ladies' Plate;— beat RJ.E. Coll , Cooper's Hill, and beaten by Jesus ColL Camb. 



RO WING 



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1879. 

IV. 

C. H. Binstead (bow) 

2. J. E. Fowler 

3. R. B. P. Cator 

J. G. Gibson (str.) 
H. B. Craven (cox.) 



1880. 

E. Stanier (bow) 

2. E. W. Marshall 

3. F. H. Chapman 

4. P. C. Radford 

5. G. A. K. Malleson 

6. Walter Anning 

7. G. Pinckney 

J. G. Gibson (str.) 
H. B. Craven (cox.) 



1880. 

IV. 

F. G. Fenton (bow) 

2. Walter Anning 

3. G. A. K. Malleson 
J. G. Gibson (str.) 
H. B. Craven (cox.) 

1881. 

IV. 

E. Stanier (bow) 

2. E. Streatfeild 

3. A. J. King 

G. Pinckney (str.) 
W. H. Wilson (cox.) 



1882 (a). 

W. D. Adams (bow) 

'2. L. W. North 

3. J. E. Crane 

4. A. F. Egerton 

5. F. L. Otter 

6. G. Pinckney 

7. E. Stanier 

G. C. Glyn(str.) 
W. P. Gill (cox.) 



1883. 

W. C. Ryder (bow) 

2. C. V. Gresley 

3. T. A. Cook 

4. A. F. Egerton 

5. O. Stock 

6. L. W. North 

7. E. Stanier 

R. G. Harding (str.) 
W. P. Gill (cox.) 



1884 {fi), 

J. Richards (bow) 

2. C. V. Gresley 

3. R. H. T. Cooper 

4. L. W. North 

5. R. G. Harding 

6. H. R. T. Fort 

7. O. Stock 

L. Hannen (str.) 
R.E. Watt (cox.) 



' \ 



1885 (f). 

J. Richards (bow) 

2. CM. Rawlinson 

3. B. Logan 

4. H. R. T. Fort 

5. T. A. Cook 

6. L. Hannen 

7. F. Whitworth-Jones 
G. F. Duffield (str.) 
A. R. Corbet (cox.) 



1886. 

B. Logan (bow) 

2. S. V. Occleston 

3. G. V. Corbet 

4. O. W. Wightman 

5. R. H. Harvey 

6. A. P. Mark 

7. R. S. Bradshaw 

W. P. Pinckney (str.) 
A. R. Corbet (cox.) 



1887 (rf). 

B. Logan (bow) 

2. C. Hunt 

3. T. L. St. A. Coulson 

4. R. H. Harvey 

5. R. S. Bradshaw 

6. W. P. Pinckney 

7. O. W. Wightman 

S. V. Occleston (str.) 
F. T. Barker (cox.) 



1888. 

G. S. Pott (bow) 

2. J. L. Pringle 

3. H. Fairrie 

4. A. D. Ingram 

5. J. H. Bradshaw 

6. T. V. P. Morgan 

7. O. W. Wightman 
S. V. Occleston (str.) 
G. F. Malcolmson(cox.) | 



1889. 

C, H. S. Bower (bow) 

2. C. G. M. Adam 

3. H. Fairrie 

4. N. M. Macdonald 

5. A. Llewellyn 

6. J. D. D. De Vitre 

7. C. Hunt 

J. L. Pringle (str.) 
G. F.Malcolmson(cox.) 



1890 (^). 

C. W. H. Crichton (bow ) 

2. F. T. Barker 

3. J. R. Wethered 

4. Viscount Mountmorres 

5. E. G. N. Winkfield 

6. N. M. Macdonald 

7. A. Llewellyn 

C. H. S. Bower (str.) 
A. H. Baker (cox.) 



(ft) 
(O 
(d) 
(«) 



Ladies' Plate ;— >beat First Trinity (holders), and beaten by Eton in the Final. 
; — beat Christ Church, Oxford, and beaten by Eton in tlie Final. 
;— beat Bedford School, but beaten by Corpus, Oxford, in the same heat. 
; — beat Bedford School, and beaten by First Trinity in the Final. 
;— beat Bedford School, and beaten by Ball. Coll. Oxf. in the Final. 



If 



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1 891 (o). 

P. C. Mead (bow) 

2. H. K. M. Bourne 

3. S. L. Sharpe 

4. J. L. Williams 

5. E. G. N. Winkfield 

6. L. W. Edmunds 

7. C. W. H. Crichton 
A. E. Pettit (str.) 
A. H. Baker (cox.) 

1894. 

F. S. Le B. Smith (bow) 

2. M. S. Bower 

3. J. L. Mowbray 

4. E. W. Macdonald 

5. C. G. Twist 

6. H. B. Money-Coutts 

7. M. H. Harrison 
C. B. Benson (str.) 

J. F. Malco]mson(cox.) 

1897. 

O. C. H. Riley (bow) 

2. G. T. Hellard 

3. J. L. Thouron 

4. C. N. T. Jeffreys 

5. Hon. C. E. Craven 

6. A. A. C. FitzClarence 

7. F. O. J. Huntley 

G. Parker (str.) 

F. E. S. Jacomb-Hood 

(cox.) 

1900. 

N. J. Hannen (bow) 

2. C. Whatley 

3. E. M. Thomas 

4. G. H. Johnstone 

5. E. P. Evans 

6. L. G. T. Sedgwick 

7. G. A. H. Robinson 
C. T. Steward (str.) 
A. A. Vigers(cox.) 



1892. 

J. M. Steward (bow) 

2. G. F. Malcolmson 

3. S. L. Sharpe 

4. H. T. Dunn 

5. E. G. N. Winkfield 

6. H. R. M. Bourne 

7. T. H. E. Stretch 
P. C. Mead (str.) 
E. Wethered(cox.) 

1895. 

H. A. Steward (bow) 

2. C. B. Benson 

3. E. W. Macdonald 

4. Hon. C. E. Craven 

5. M. H. E. Gorringe 

6. C. G. Twist 

7. F. S. Le B. Smith 
G. A. Yool (str.) 

G. L. Tottenham (cox.) 

1898. 

W. R. Strickland (bow) 

2. G. F. Trench 

3. G. L. Tottenham 

4. G. T. Bartlett 

5. I. B. Macdonald 

6. A. A. C. FitzClarence 

7. G. Parker 

C. T. Steward (str.) 

D. R. Jeffreys (cox.) 



1901. 

J. N. Balme (bow) 

2. H. G. Wilkinson 

3. H. R. Pettit 

4. J. B. Holland 

5. E. P. Evans 

6. C H. lUingworth 

7. G. A. H. Robinson 

J. R. T. Mathews (str.) 
J. Collis Browne (cox.) 



1893 (^). 
R. L. V. Foster (bow) 

2. M. S. Bower 

3. M. H. Harrison 

4. P. A. M. Nash 

5. J. M. Steward 

6. H. R. M. Bourne 

7. T. H. E. Stretch 

E. J. H. Rudge (str.) 
J. F. Malcolmson (cox. ) 

1896 (0. 
J. L. Thouron (bow) 

2. C. N. T. Jeffreys 

3. J. W. Knight 

4. A. A. C. FitzClarence 

5. Hon. C. E. Craven 

6. E. W. Macdonald 

7. H. A. Steward 

F. O. J. Huntley (str.) 

G. L. Tottenham (cox.) 

1899. 

C. H. Illingworth (bow) 

2. F. C. M, F. Gladwin 

3. C. T. Steward 

4. G. F. Trench 

5. I. B. Macdonald 

6. G. Parker 

7. C. Whatley 

L. G. T. Sedgwick (str. ) 
E. Combe (cox.) 

1902 (^0. 

J, D. Stobart (bow) 

2. C. C. Kerby 

3. J. B. Holland 

4. E. M. Thomas 

5. H. R. Pettit 

6. C. H. Illingworth 

7. H. G. Wilkinson 
C. Holland (str.) 

J. Collis Browne (cox.) 



1903. 

D. L. Hancock (bow) 

2. E. N. Balme 

3. A. G. Culme-Seymour 

4. T« L. Johnston 

5. N. Whatley 

6. C. R. Wilson 

7. C. C. Kerby 

J. R. T. Mathews (str.) 
R. A. Bamett (cox.) 



1904. 

J. R. T. Mathews (bow) 

2. A. N. Balme 

3. L. C. Smith 

4. J. L. Johnston 

5. C. R. Wilson 

6. C. C. Kerby 

7. H. E. Troutbeck 

R. G. Marriott (str.) 
O. E. Barnett (cox.) 



(a) Ladies' Plate ;— beat Corpus, Cambridge, and beaten by Eton. 

(6) M ;— beat Bedford School and Trin. Coll. Ozf., and beaten by Eton in thaPinal. 

(c) }, 'i^-beat Trin. Coll, Dablin, and beaten by Eton in the Final. 

{fy M ;— beat Jesus Coll. Camb., and beaten by Univ. Coll. Oxf. (holders). 



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CRICKET. 
N.B. — The Captains are given at the head of each list. 



1866. 

T. L. Claughton 
W. E. W. Collins 
H. W. Moore 
W. B. Gray 
S. H. Akroyd 
G. H. Moor 
W. H. Cochran 
E. H. Willett 
B. N. Akroyd 
H. C. Maul 



1867. 

W. E. W. Collins 
W. B. Gray 
S. H. Akroyd 
G. H. Moor 
W. H. Cochran 

E. H. Willett 

B. N. Akroyd 
H. C. Maul 

C. J. Robin 

F. A. Brymer 
F. H. Anson 



1868. 

G. H. Moor 
B. N. Akroyd 
H. C. Maul 

F. A. Brymer 
E. M. Prothero 

G. W. Peach 
M. F. Miller 
H. G. Hardy 
W. F. Moore 
J. B. Price 

P. L. Claughton 



1869. 

F. A. Brymer 

G. W. Peach 

P. L. Claughton 
E. Harvey 
W. H. Carter 
C. H. S. Erskine 
G. F. A. Cresswell 
J. H. Haden 
t. C. R. Milns 
W. B. Trevelyan 
E. C. M. Evans 



1870. 

H. F. Elkington 
E. Harvey 
C. H. S. Erskine 
J. H. Haden 
J. C. R. Milns 
W. B. Trevelyan 

E. C. M. Evans 
G. P. Elwes 
Evelyn Hubbard 
H. Blackett 

F. G. Bowles 



1871. 

E. Harvey 
W. H. Carter 
J. H. Haden 
W. B. Trevelyan 

E. C. M. Evans 
H. Blackett 

G. P. Elwes 

F. G. Bowles 
E. Christy 
C. E. Danby 



1872. 

H. Blackett 

E. C. M. Evans 
G. P. Elwes 

F. G. Bowles 
E. Christy 

R. W. Fowler 
H. Rouse 
W. C. Ridley 
M. W. Wadham 



1873. 
H. Blackett 
E. C. M. Evans 
G. P. Elwes 

E. Christy 
H. Rouse 
W. C. Ridley 

G. P. N. Glencross 

F. V. Hornby 
S. H. AUenby 
C. A. Cresswell 
E. Scott 



1874. 

F. V. Hornby 

G. P. N. Glencross 
S. H. Allenby 

C. A. Cresswell 
E. Scott 
R. R. Beard 
E. M. Bristowe 
Hon. H. Sidney 
S. G. Harding 
S. C. Freer 



1875. 
F..V. Hornby 
C. A. Cresswell 
E. M. Bristowe 
Hon. H. Sidney 
S. G. Harding 
S. C. Freer 
A. E. Sebright 
E. Packer 
R. S. Apthorp 
P. E. Raven 
G. R. Wade 



1876. 

F. V. Hornby 
E. M. Bristowe 
S. G. Harding 

E. Packer 

R. S. Apihorp 
P. E. Raven 
W. W. Williams 
H. R. R. Bagot 

F. B. Taylor 



1877. 

E. Packer 

H. R. R. Bagot 

F. B. Taylor 
H. N. Byass 

G. L. Whitworth 
C. H. H. White 

C. D. D. Maclagan 
H. C. R. Cunnynghame 
R. J. Wickham 



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1878. 

F. B. Taylor 

C. D. D. Madagan 

G. L. Whitworth 
R. J. Wickham 
C. H. H. White 

H. C. R. Cunnynghame 

S. H. Byass 

W. II. Elkington 

A. L. Bristowe 

P. Hargreave9 



1879. 

F. B. Taylor 

G. L. Whitworth 
W. G. Baker 

A. L. Bristowe 
S. li. Byass 
H. N. Byass 
W. G. Forster 
F. C. Baker 
£. G. Woodhouse 
N. E. Gresley 
L. Andrews 



1880. 

G. L. Whitworth 
W. G. Baker 
A. L. Bristowe 
S. H. Byass 
H. N. Byass 
L. Andrews 
G. H. Baker 
A. Adams 
W. H. Andrews 
J. Bradshaw 
K. F. Bristowe 



1881. 

3. H. Byass 
II. N. Byass 
G. H. Baker 

A. Adams 

W. H. Andrews 
J. Bradshaw 
H. L. Fife 

B. A. Bristowe 
R. F. Bristowe 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 



1882. 

H. N. Byass 
G. H. Baker 
W. H. Andrews 
H. L. Fife 

B. A. Bristowe 
R. F. Bristowe 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 
G. B. Shiffner 

L. C(X>per 
G. H. Nelson 
C. S. Langley 



1883. 

W. H. Andrews 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 

G. H. Nelson 

C. S. Langley 

L. Cooper 

W. F. Hilton 

R. H. Moss 

H. W. P. Waters 

M. M. Barker 

A. H. Crichton 

A. Moultrie 



1884. 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 

G. H. Nelson 

C. S. Langley 

L. Cooper 

R. H. Moss 

W. F. Hilton 

H. W. P. Waters 

M. M. Barker 

A. Moultrie 

G. R. Theobald 

C. B. Peachey 



1885. 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 

G. H. Nelson 

C. S. Langley 

R. H. Moss 

M. M. Barker 

A. Moultrie 

G. R. Theobald 

C. B. Peachey 

L. Byass 

T. R. Spyers 

C. T. Little 



1886. 

G. R. Theobald 
R. H. Moss 
C. B. Peachey 
L. Byass 
T. R. Spyers 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
J. R. Randolph 
G. M. Soames 
H. B. Ellison 
W. G. Pine-Coffin 
H. S. Verity 



1887. 

G. R. Theobald 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
G. M. Soames 
H. S. Verity 
J. H. F. Grayson 
A. K. T. Bruce 
C. M. Orme 
C. C. Lempri^re 
H. E. F. Sich 
Hugh C. Frith 
W. E. Grantham 



1888 

Hugh C. Frith 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
G. M. Soames 
J. H. F. Grajson 
C. C. Lempn^re 
H. E. F. Sich 
A. L. Nelson 
H. S. Laird 
G. E. Mosley 
W. R. Stratton 
J. P. G. Draper 



1889. 

C. C. Lempri^re 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
H. E. F. Sich 
A. L. Nelson 
H. S. Laird 
W\ R. Stratton 

. P. G. Draper 

\ Marshall 
F. D. Wright 
E. Y. Orlebar 
E. W. H. Theobald 



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1890. 

L. C. V. Bathurst 
A. L. Nelson 
W. R. Stratton 
F. D. Wright 
E. Y. Orlebar 

E. W. H. Theobald 
C. H. Palmer 

F. G. TroUope 
A. H, Jeflfreys 
C. C. Barker 
F. R. Upcher 



1891. 

E. Y. Orlebar 
C. H. Palmer 

A. H. Jeffreys 

F. R. Upcher 
C. C. Barker 

C. J. B. Webb 

B. H. D. Oxenden 
H. S. Chinnock 
V. A. Hickley 

B. L. Lawrence 

D. Elkington 



1892. 

F. R. Upcher 
C. C. Barker 
C. J. B. Webb 

B. H. D. Oxenden 
H. S. Chinnock 

B. L. Lawrence 

G. B. Scobell • 

St. G. B. A. Bailey 
A. F. Soames 
H. R. Blunt 

C. O. Sich 



1893- 
C. J. B. Webb 
IL S. Chinnock 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 
H. R. Blunt 
A. F. Soames 
C. O. Sich 

E. B. T. Lee 

F. T* Portman 
H.*L. Wethered 
H. H. Sich 

A. D. Bradford 



1894. 

St. G. B. A. Bailey 
A. F. Soames 

F. J. Portman 
H. L. Wethered 
H. IL Sich 

A. D. Bradford 

G. L. Greenshields 
G. L. Grossman 
W. F. Money 

A. H. Bostock 
L. J. Pettit 



1895. 

F. J. Portman 
H. L. Wethered 

G. L. Greenshields 
G. L. Grossman 
W. F. Money 

G. T. Lee 

R. M. T. Gillson 

G. C. Tracy 

W. T. A. Claughton 

L. J. C. Riley 

E. A. T. Bayly 



1896. 

F. T. Portman 

G. T. Lee 

R. M. T. Gillson 
E. A. T. Bayly 
V. H. Wilson 
H. M. Worsley 
M. Burr 
A. G. Biden 
C. E. Bagot 
A. M. Hilton 
R. H. Cotter 



1897. 
G. T. Lee 
IL M. Worsley 
A. G. Biden 
A. M. Hilton 
E. G. de C. Brooke 
Hon. N. C. Gathorne- 

Hardy 
A. C. T. Woodward 
C. C. TroUope 
S. R. Gibbs 

V. R. S. R. Balfour Browne 
H. S. L. Slater 



1898. 

G. T. Lee 

H. M. Worsley 

E. G. de C. Brooke 

Hon. N. C. Gathorne- 

Hardy 
A. C. T. Woodward 
C. C. TroUope 
S. R. Gibbs 

V. R. S. R. Balfour Browne 
G. C. Oakley 
R. G. Browne 
N. Randall 



1899. 

H. M. Worsley 

S. R. Gibbs 

R. G. Browne 

N. Randall 

G. Le B. Smith 

L. R. Barker 

H. C. Hitchins 

H. S. L. Slater 

H. B. T. Rye 

A. J. W. Blencowe 

W. A. F. Jones 



1900. 

H. M. Worsley 
G. Le B. Smith 
H. B. T. Rye 
C. V. S. Hitchins 
C. D. im Thurn 
C. A. Lindsay 

F. J. L. Atterbury 
C. H. Gore 

R. S. Graham 

G. Zinn 

E. N. Lambert 

W. F. C. McCUmock 



1901. 

G. Le B. Smith 
C. V. S. Hitchins 
R. S. Graham 
E. N. Lambert 
G. T. Raikes 
H. H. K. Worsley 
J. C. L. Bohrmann 
G. C. P. Birch 
R. G. Henderson 
O. F. Granlund 
R. H. I. Williams 



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ATHLETIC RECORD 



1902. 

G. Le B. Smith 
G. T. Raikes 
H. H. K. Worsley 
G. C. P. Birch 
R. G. Henderson 
O. F, Granlund 
R. H. I. Williams 
R. M. Macdonald 
P. C. Cresswell 
J. L. Reid 
G. A. H. Robinson 



1903. 
H. H. K. Worsley 
R. H. I. Williams 
J. L. Reid 
J. R. Hartwell 
F. N. Fox 
J. F. Gore 
15. B. A. Wood 
J. W. Bradshaw 
H. I. Merriman 
A. Clover 
P. C. Phipps 

FOOTBALL. 



1904. 

H. H. K. Worsley 

k. H. L Williams 

J. L. Reid 

J. R. Hartwell 

F. N. Fox 

A. Clover 

P. C. Phipps 

J. Y. Robinson 

J. Wall 

R. M. Baker 

J. W, Blencowe 



From 1 866- 1 880 the teams consisted of 12 ; from 1881 onwards of 11 member <$. 
N.B. — The Captains are given at the head of each list. 



1866. 

W. E. W. Collins 

G. J. Richards 

W. R. Thornhill 

T. L. Claughton 

R. S. Ross-of-Bladensburg 

A. E. Ommanney 

O. C. Kent 

E. S. Roscoe 

W. H. Young 

A. C. Jennings 

K. E. Barrow 



1869. 

H. M. Evans 
C. W. L. Browne 

E. C. M. Evans 
P. W. Brancker 
J. A. Randall 
W. C. Roscoe 
A. R. Harding 
H. F. Elkin^ton 

F. Spurling 

T. C. R. Milns 
W. B. Trevelyan 
T. Stock 

1872. 

E. C. M. Evans 
T. E. Hockin 
H. Rouse 
R. R. Beard 
W. Bowman 
A. E. Hurford 
E. Christy 
G. P. Elwes 
R. W. Fowler 



J 



1867. 

E. S. Roscoe 
W. H. Yoking 
K. E. Barrow 

A. E. Ommanney 
T. H. A. Houl)lon 
H. E. Burgess 

H. C. Maul 
W. H. Cochran 
J. Mair 

E. M. Prothero 
H. M. Evans 

B. N. Akroyd 
A. Tyrer 

1870. 

E. C. M. Evans 

C. W. L. Browne 
P. W. Brancker 
J. A. Randall 

A. K. Harding 

F. Spurling 

W. B. Trevelyan 
E Harvey 
R. G. F. Nash 
T. E. Hockin 
H. Blackett 
E. H. Lewis 

1873. 
H. Rouse 
R. R. Beard 
W. Bowman 

G. P. N. Glencross 
G. L. Orred 

A. H. Molesworth 
G. N. Molesworth 
W. F. Trevelyan 
C. G. Beard 
E. Scott 
C. A. Cresswell 
P\ V. Hornby 



1868. 

H. M. Evans 
H. C. Maul 
A. L. A. Mason 
G. W. Peach 
H. W. K. Roscoe 
F. B. Wade 
J. A. Barton 
R. G. Randall 
C. W. L. Browne 

F, A. Brymer 

R. J. Waldie-Griffith 
H. F. Elkington 

G. H. Gray 

1871. 

E. C. M. Evans 
T. E. Hockin 
P. W. Brancker 
H. Bowles 

H. W. G. Dashwood 

C. L. Coote 

J. F. Walton 

H. Rouse 

A. E. Hurford 

W. L. Wigan 

F. G. Bowles 
W. Bowman 

A. G. Witherby 

1874. 

G. L. Orred 
C. G. Beard 

C. A. Cresswell 

F. V. Hornby 
C. H. de Winton 
S. C. Freer 

G. H. Holcroft 
W. F. Hubbard 
E. B. Cooper 
G. B. Young 

C. B. Greenfield 
J. J. Mallock 



FOOTBALL 



XIX 



1875. 

F. V. Hornby 
S. C. Freer 

G. H. Holcroft 
W. F. Hubbard 
C. B. Greenfield 
G. B. Young 

C. W. B. Farrant 

S. G. Harding 

H. G. L. Howard- Vyse 

P. E. Raven 

A. Young 



1876. 

H. B. Greenfield 

C. W. B. Farrant 

H. G. L. Howard-Vyse 

P. E. Raven 

E. M. Bristowe 

E. J. W. Trevelyan 

E. Packer 

W. A. Gillett 

E. F. Hill 
C. E. Akers 
H. F. Holland 

F. B. Taylor 



1877. 
C. H. H. White 
H. W. Barnard 
H. F. Holland 
L. Howell 
J. A. Campbell 
Hon. H. R. 
Hamilton 



Baillic- 



1878. 

F. B. Taylor 

G. L. Whitworlh 
H. J. E. Scott 
W. G. Forster 
N. E. Gresley 

|. E. Fowler 
E. W. Marshall 
T. F. Hobson 
A. L. Bristowe 
W. H. Elkington 
L. Howell 
R. B. P. Cator 



1879. 

G. L. Whitwortli 
H. T..E. Scott 
, W. G. Forster 
I E. W. Marshall 
, A. L. Bristowe 
I S. G. Fenton 
' F. Roper 
P. C. Radford 
J. G. Gibson 
S. H. Byass 
E. U. Roberts 
C. A. R. Scott 



1880. 

E . W. Marshall 

F. Roper 

P. C. Kadford 
J. G. Gibson 
S. H. Byass 
H. N. Byass 
J. E. Crane 
E. Streatfeild 
P. M. Evans 

G. Pinckney 
A. Adams 
E. Stanier 



1 881. 

T. E. Crane 
E. Streatfeild 
G. Pinckney 

E. Stanier 
(i. C. Glyn 
L. W. North 
G. H. Baker 

J. P. Herrinpham 
B. A. Bristowe 

F. H. A. Wood 
H. J. Hotchkis 



1882. 

E. Stanier 
G. C. Glyn 
I L. W. North 
W. H. Andrews 
G. B. Shiffner 
W. H. N. Glossop 
H. B. Craven 
L. Cooper 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 
A. F. Egerton 
T. A. Cook 



1883., 

L. W. North 

H. n. Craven 

L. Cooper 

C. R. 1). G. von Voigt 

T. A. Cook 

C. Brook 

H. W. P. Waters 

W. S. Frith 

W. F. Roper 

M. M. Barker 

T. R. H. Cook 



1884. 

T. A, Cook 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 

C. Brook 

H. W. P. Waters 

W. S. Frith 

*W. F. Roper 

M. M. Barker 

T. R. H. Cook 

C. S. Langley 

W. L. Crichton 

L. J. S. Wood 

R. S. Bradshaw 

* Retired hurt half-way through 
the season. 



1885. 

C. R. D. G. von Voigt 

T. A. Cook 

M. M. Barker 

R. S. Bradshaw 

J. R. Randolph 

C. B. Peachey 

W. P. Pinckney 

B. Logan 

R. H. Moss 

G. V. Corbet 

L. Byass 



1886. 

W. P. Pinckney 
R. S. Bradshaw 
C. B. Peachey 
B. Logan 
R. H. Moss 
G. V. Corbet 
T. R. Spyers 
G. R. Theobald 
A. P. Mark 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
S. V. Occleston 



XX 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



1887. 

K. S. Bradshaw 

L. C. V. Bathurst 

S. V. Occleston 

Hugh C. Frith 

C. Hunt 

J. H. F. Grayson 

J. L. Pringle 

A. R. Corbet 

F. Marshall 

C. C. Lempri^re 

F. St. B. Gregorie 



I 1888. 

' C. Hunt 

i L. C. V. Bathurst 

J. L. Pringle 

F. Marshall 

C. C. Lempriere 

A. L. Nelson 

E. B. Leach 

E. W. H. Theobald 

E. Y. Orlebar 

H. S. Laird 

J. E. Elkington 



1889. 

E. B. Leach 

L. C. V. Bathurst 

A. L. Nelson 

E. W. H. Theobald 

E. Y. Orlebar 
H. S. Laird 

J. E. Elkington 
C. C. Barker 

F. D. Wright 
C. S. Donald 
W. R. Stratton 



1S90. 

E. W. H. Theobald 
E. Y. Orlebar 
J. E. Elkington 
C. C. Barker 
C. S. Donald 
J. R. Wethered 

E. G. N. Winkfield 
C. H. Palmer 

F. T. Barker 
C. A. L. Lewis 
A. S. Foster 



1891. 

J. R. Wethered 
C. C. Barker 

E. G. N. Winkfield 

C. A. L. Lewis 

D. Elkington 
B. L. Lawrence 
V. A. Hickley 
U. S. Chinnock 
A. T. Beckwith 

F. H. H. Clelani 

E. L. Henderson 



1892. 

C. A. L. Lewis 
H. S. Chinnock 
A. T. Beckwith 
F. H. H. Cleland 
A. D. Bradford 
P. A. M. Nash 
A. W. Monro 
R. C. Statter 
C. O. Sich 
L. J. Petlit 
H. R. M. Bourne 



1893- 
P. A. M. Nash 
A. D. Bradford 
L. J. Pettit 
H. L. Wethered 
W. A. V. Waldron 
L. J. C. Riley 
A, H. Bostock 
T. R. Anstey 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 
R. R. Gibson 
C. B. Benson 



1894. 

A. H. Bostock 
L. J. Pettit 
H. L. Wethered 
W. A. V. Waldron 
L. J. C. Riley 
R. R. Gibson 
C. B. Benson 
G. L. Grossman 

F. S. Le B. Smith 
J. W. Jeffreys 

G. L. Greenshields 



1895. 

H. L. Wethered 
C. N. T. Jeffreys 
E. W. Macdonald 
O. C. H. Riley 
C. J. Bayly 
C. E. Bagot 
E. A. T. Bayly 
V. H. Wilson 
Hon. A. R. C. Hill 
J. C. Goff 
E. G. Robinson 



1896. 

C. N. T. Jeffreys 
O. C. H. Riley 
C. J. Bayly 
J. C. Goff 
G. H. Twist 
J. S. H. Pollock 
J. L. Thouron 
A. Evans 
A. G. Biden 
E. C. Sparrow 
R. Woodward 



1897. 

J S. H. Pollock 

G.. T. Lee 

C. Dixon 

I:L S. L. Slater 

H. M. Worsley 

A. C. Gore 

A. A. C. FilzClarence 

V. R. S. R. B. Browne 

A. J. W. Blencowe 

C. Knight 

N. Randall 



1898. 

H. S. L. Slater 

H. M. Worsley 

A. C. Gore 

A. J. W. Blencowe 

N. Randall 

R. G. Browne 

C. H. Marsh 

H. C. Carlyon- Hughes 

S. R. Gibbs 

J. F. Bill 

H. C. Hitchins 



jRA CQ UETS-^FIVES 



XXI 



1899. 

H. M. Worsley 

R. G. Browne 

H. C. Carlyon- Hughes 

H. C. Hitchins 

F. J. L. Atterbury 

L. R. Barker 

A. P. Stone 

C. A. Lindsay 

H. S. Oldham 

H. B. T. Rye 

£. N. Lambert 

1902. 

H. T. Hall 

J. L. Johnston 

J. Y. Robinson 

E. N. Balme 

H. H. K. Worsley 

J. L. Reid 

A. N. Burra 

R. S. Blencowe 

A. Clover 

P. D. Thompson 

E. B. A. Wood 



19CX). 

C. A. Lindsay 
E. N. Lambert 
M. N. Kennard 
C. V. S. Hitchins 
C. D. im Thurn 
R. S. Graham 
G. Le B. Smith 
J. H. King 
H. Claughton 
W. B. Tankard 
J. G. Bill 

1903. 
H. T. Hall 
J. L. Johnston 
J, Y. Robinson 
E. N. Balme 
H. H. K. Worsley 
J. L. Reid 
A. N. Burra 
A. Clover 
J. H. J. Blackburn 

E. W. Morrell 

F. N. Fox 



1901. 

M. N. Kennard 
G. Le B. Smith 
J. L. Johnston 
H. T. Hall 
G. T. Raikes 
R. H. Schunck 
H. R. Pettit 
J. A. Crichton 
R. G. Henderson 
J. Y. Robinson 
J. D. Stobart 

1904. 

A. Clover 

F. N. Fox 

F. St. A. Hargood-Ash 

P. T. O. Boult 

M. Layton 

J. W. Blencowe 

R. A. P. Colborne 

F. N. Balme 

S. P. V. Phillips 



1887 W. P. 
A. D. 

1888 S. V. 
L. C. 

1889 L. C. 
E. Y. 

1890 L. C. 
E. Y. 

1891 E. Y. 

E. W. 

1892 St. G. 

F. R. 

1893 St. G. 
H. S. 

1894 St. G. 
J. W. 

1895 H. L. 

G. C. 



Pinckney (singles) 

Hotchkis 

Occleston 

V. Bathurst (singles) 

V. Bathurst (singles) 

Orlebar 

V. Bathurst 

Orlebar (singles) 

Orlebar (singles) 

H. Theobald 
B. A. Bailey (singles) 
Upcher 

B. A. Bailey (singles) 
Chinnock 

B. A. Bailey (singles) 
Jeffreys 

Wethered (singles) 
Tracy 



RACQUETS. 

[896 F. J. Portman (singles) 
H. A. Steward 

1897 G. T. Lee (singles) 
C. C. Trollope 

1898 G. T. Lee (singles) 
C. C. Trollope 

[899 S. R. Gibbs (singles) 

L. R. Barker 
[900 G. Le B. Smith (singles) 

G. Zinn 
1901 G. Le B. Smith (single.) 

M. N. Kennard 
[902 G. Le B. Smith (singles) 

R. H. Macdonald 
[903 P. C. Cress well (singles) 

J. R. Hartwell 
[904 (No pair) 



FIVES. 



1887 C. B. Peachey (singles) 
G. R. Theobald 

1888 E. O. Beverley 

1889 C. C. Lempriere 

1890 A. L. Nelson (singles) 
E. W. H. Theobald 

1891 E. W. H. Theobald (singles) 
H. C. Lister 

1892 B. H. D. Oxenden (singles) 
E. G. N. Winkfield 

1893 St. G. B. A. Bailey (singles) 
W. F. Money 

1894 W. F. Money 

G. L. Grossman (singles) 

1895 G. L. Grossman (singles) 
W. F. Money 

1896 G. T. Lee (singles) 
V. H. Wilson 



897 A. M. Hilton (singles) 
A. Evans 

898 G. T. Lee (singles) 

Hon. N. C. Gathorne- Hardy 

899 S. R. Gibbs (singles) 
N. Randall 

900 H. B. T. Rye (singles) 
O. B. P. Burdon 

901 (No pair) 

902 G. Le B. Smith (singles) 
R. H. Schunck 

903 H. H. K. Worsley 

H. L Merriman (singles) 

904 H. H. K. Worsley (singles) 
J. L. Reid 



xxn 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



1S89 Viscount Mount- 
morres 
R. Alexander 

1890 J. £. Elkington 
R. Alexander 

1 89 1 J. £. Elkington 
B. Alexander 

1892 I. F. Byng 
D. Elkington 



ALDERSHOT. 

GYMNASTICS. 

1893 

1894 D. G. Bristowe 

W. A. V. Waldron 

189s 
1896 

1897 M. D. Angus 



1898 M. D. Angus 
J. F. Moat 

1899 
1900 

1901 

1902 A. Graves 

E. B. A. Wood 

1903 
1904 



1893 H. R. M. Bourne 

J. L. Thouron 
1894 

1895 J. L. Thouron 
J. W. Knight 

1896 flon. C. E. Craven 
J. L. Thouron 

J. C. Breckenridge 



1897 



1898 

1899 
1900 

190J 



BOXING. 

Hon. C. E. Craven 
J. L. Thouron 
J. C. Breckenridge 
M. K. Hodgson 
J. M. Wilson 
M. N. Kennard 
J. G. Bill 
J. G. Bill 



1902 C. Holland 
J. H. Lyall 

1903 C. Holland 
J. H. Lyall 

P. T. O. Boult 

1904 J. H. Lyall (Silver 

Medal) 



1890 
1891 

1892 

1893 
1894 

1895 



C. W. H. Crichton 
H. R. M. Bourne 

(Bronze Medal) 
H. R. M. Bourne 

(Bronze Medal) 
R. C. E. Milne 

H. B. Money-Coutts 
(Bronze Medal) 



FENCING. 

1896 C. N. T. Jeffreys 

1897 C. Leighton 

G. T. Lee (Sabres) 
(Silver Medal) 

1898 G. T. Lee (Silver 

Medal) 
G. T. Lee (Sabres) 
(Silver Medal) 

1899 C. A. Lindsay 



1900 C. A. Lindsay 

1901 G. B. Carlisle 

P. E. L. Gethin 
(Sabres) 

1902 P. E. L. Gethin 

(Fencing & Sabres) 

1903 L. P. Walker 

1904 H. E. Troutbeck 



"SOCIAL" TUTORS. 

(Since the re-organization in 1879.) 



I. 



1879 Rev. G. Wharton 



2. 



1879 

1890 
1895 



1879 



1879 
1895 



C. F. Vincent, Esq. 

(Sub-Warden 1883-90) 
Rev. A. F. Titherington 
Rev. F. J. Stone 



H. M. Evans, Esq. 

(Sub- Warden from 1890)* 



Rev. T. D. Raikes 

E. F. Simpkinson, Esq. 



5. 



1879 Rev. J. H. Kirkby 

6. 

1879 F. T. Dalton, Esq. 

1887 Rev. T. F. Hobson 
1889 A. S. Orlebar, Esq. 
1892 A. C. M. Croome, Esq. 

7. 

1881 J. M. Horsburgh, Esq. 

1882 R. S. Kindersley, Esq. 
1884 E. Bryans, Esq. 

8. 

1888 J. H. Hichens, Esq. 

(disbanded 1890) 



SENIOR SOCIAL FOURS 



xxin 



WINNERS OF "SOCIAL" COMPETITIONS. 



1880. Mr, Evans (3) 

H. B. Cooper (bow) 

2. £. Stanier 

3. G. A. K. Malleson 
F. G. Fenlon (str.) 
W. H. Wilson (cox.) 



SENIOR SOCIAL FOURS. 

1 881. Mr, Evans (3) 

G. C. Glyn (bow) 

2. H. J. liotchkis 

3. E. Stanier 
E. Streatfeild (str.) 
W. H. Wilson (cox.) 



1883. Mr. Kirkby (3) 

J. Richards (bow) 

2. P. T. Duffield 

3. W. C. Ryder 

R. G. Harding (str.) 
G. H. Cooke (cox.) 

1886. Mr, Evans (3) 

C. Hunt (bow) 

2. N. A. J. Bevan 

3. G. V. Corbet 

S. V. Occleston (str.) 
C. A. Hopkinson (cox.) 



1889. Mr, Wharton{,\) 

A. E. Pettit (bow) 

2. E. O. Beverley 

3. C. W. H. Crichton 
Herbert C. Frith (str.) 
A. H. Baker (cox.) 

1892. Mr, Evans (3) 

E. L. Henderson (bow) 

2. H. T. Dunn 

3. H. R. M. Bourne 

G. F. Malcolmson (str. ) 
J. F. Malcolmson (cox.) 



1884. Mr, Kindersley (7) 

G. F. Pownall (bow) 

2. C. C. Brookes 

3. O. Stock 

L. Hannen (str.) 
M. C. Dormer (cox.) 

1887. Mr, Evans (3) 

H. Fairrie (bow) 

2. A. D. Hotchkis 

3. C. Hunt 

S. V. Occleston (str.) 
G. F. Malcolmson (cox. ) 



1890. Mr, Evans (3) 

£. L. Henderson (bow.) 

2. R. K. C. Hunt 

3. J. L. Williams 

C. H. S. Bower (str.) 
J. F. Malcolmson (cox. ) 

1893. Mr, Raikes (4) 

J. L. Mowbray (bow) 

2. R. C. Statter 

3. J. M. Steward 

r. H. E. Stretch (str.) 
C. E. Pawlett (cox.) 



(Races not finished : Croome's (6) second.) 



1895. Mr, Croome (6) 

G. H. Twist (bow) 

2. C. G. Twist 

3. Hon. C. E. Craven 
C. B. Benson (str.) 
M. D. Angus (cox.) 

1898. Mr, Evans (3) 

G. Le B. Smith (biw) 

2. G. L. Tottenham 

3. I. B. Macdonald 

A. A. C. FitzClarence 
E. Combe (cox.) [(str.) 



1896. Mr, Evans (3) 

W. S. Mahony (bow) 

2. T. R. Bridson 

3. E. W. Macdonald 

A. A. C. FitzClarence 
E. Combe (cox. ) [(str. ) 

1899. Mr, Stone (2) 

G. B. Stevens (bow) 

2. G. F. .Trench 

3. C. T. Steward 
G. Parker (str.) 

D. R. Jeffreys (cox.) 



1882. Mr, Evans (3) 

H. W. Duff-Gordon 

(bow) 

2. H. J. Hotchkis 

3. E. Stanier 
G. C. Glyn (str. ) 
W. H. Wilson (cox.) 

1885. Mr, Kirkby (5) 

B. Logan (bow) 

2. H. F. Hardman 

3. J. Richards 

G. F. Duffield (str.) 
W. Cooke (cox.) 

1888. Mr, Evans (3) 

A. D. P. Williamson 

(bow) 

2. T. V. P. Morgan 

3. H. Fairrie 

S. V. Occleston (str.) 
G. F. Malcolmson (cox. ) 

1 891. Mr, Evans (3) 

G. F. Malcolmson (bow) 

2. H. T. Dunn 

3. J. L. Williams 

H. R. M. Bourne (str.) 
J. F. Malcolmson (cox.) 

1894. Mr, Croome (6) 

G. H. Twist (bow) 

2. E. Wethered 

3. C. G. Twist 

C. B. Benson (str.) 
I. T. Walker (cox.) 



1897. Mr, Evans (3) 

G. L. Tottenham (bow) 

2. C. E. S. Bower 

3. I. B. Macdonald 

A. A. C. FitzClarence 
E. Combe (cox.) [(str.) 

1900. Mr, Evans (3) 

N. J. Hannen (bow) 

2. J. B. Holland 

3. G. A. H. Robinson 

E. O. H. Whitby (s.tr.) 
J. C. Browne (cox. ) 



XXIV 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



1 90 1. Mr, Evans (3) 

H. G. Wilkinson (bow) 

2. J. B. Holland 

3. G. A. H. Robinson 

E. O. H. Whitby (str.) 
J. C. Browne (cox. ) 



1902. Afr. Wharton (i) 

V. C. Bamett (bow) 

2. E. N. B^lme 

3. H. R. Pettit 

J. R. T. Mathews (str.) 
R. A. Barne'.t (cox.) 

1904. Mr, Wharton (i) 

H. E. Barnett (bow) 

2. A. N. Balme 

3. C. W. Holcroft 

J. R. T. Mathews (str.) 
O. £. Bamett (cox.) 



1903. Mr. Wharton {\) 

A. N. Balme (bow) 

2. E. D. Sedding 

3. E. N. Balme 

J. R. T. Mathews (str.) 
R. A. Barnett (cox.) 



1890 Mr. Evans (3) 

1891 

1892 

1893 Mr. Raikes (4) 

1894 Mr. Evans (3) 



JUNIOR SOCIAL FOURS. 



1895 Mr. Evans (3) 
1896 

1897 
1898 
1899 „ 



I* 
>» 



1900 Mr. Stone (2) 

1 901 Mr. Wharton (i) 

1902 „ 

1903 Mr. Croome (6) 

1904 Mr. Wharton (1) 



JUNIOR SOCIAL EIGHTS. 



looi/^^'- Evans (3) 
^^HMr. Bryans(7) 



{Mr. Evans (3) 
Mr. Wharton (i) 
Mr. Kirkby (5) 



JUNIOR SOCIAL PAIRS. 
1903 Mr. Stone (2) | 1904 Mr. Wharton (i) 



SOCIAL CRICKET. 



1881 Mr, Evans (3) 

S. H. By ass, Capt. 

1882 Mr. Vincent [2) 

G. H. Baker, Capt. 

1883 W. H. Andrews, Capt. 

1884 Mr, Kindersley (7) 

G. H. Nelson, Capt. 

1885 Mr, Vincent {2) 
i886\ C. S. Langley, Capt. 
1887/ G. R. Theobald, Capt. 

1888 Mr. Raikes {^) 

L. C. V. Hathurst, C pt. 

1889 Mr. Kirkby (5) 

C. C. Lempriere, Capt. 

1890 Mr, Bryans (7) 

A. L. Nelson, Capt. 

1 891 C. H. Palmer, Capt. 

1892 Mr, Raikes (4) 

C. C. Barker, Capt. 

1893 C. J. B. Wel>b, Capt. 



1894 Mr, Bryans (7) 

St. G. B. A. Bailey, Capt. 
i895\il/r. Simpkinson (4) 
1896/ F. J. Portman, Capt. 

1897 Mr, Wharton (i) 

H. M. Worsley, Capt. 

1898 Mr, Evans (3) 

G. T. Lee, Capt. 

1899 Mr. Crooffie (6) 

R. G. Browne, Capt. 

1900 Mr. Wharton (i) 

II. M. Worsley, Capt. 

1901 Mr, Evans (3) 

G. Le B. Smith, Capt. 

1902 Mr, Wharton (l) 

H. H. K. Worsley, Capt. 

1903 Mr, Stone (2) 

R. H. I. Williams, Capt. 

1904 Mr, Wharton (i) 

H. H. K. Worsley, Capt. 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



XXV 



1882 
1883 
1884 

1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 



Mr. Raikes (4) 



i> 



Mr. Vincent (2) 



>» 



Mr. Bryans (7) 
Mr. Vincent (2) 



** 



Mr. Bryans (7) 



Mr. Bryans (7) 
Mr.Titherington 
Mr. Wharton (i) 
Mr. Croome (6) 



SENIOR 

1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 
1894 
1895 
1876 

1897 
JUNIOR 
1897 

(2) 1898 

1899 

1900 



SOCIAL FOOTBALL. 



Mr. Vincent (2) 
Mr. Raikes (4) 
Mr.Titherington (2) 



>» 



Mr. Bryans (7) 
Mr. Croome (6) 






1898 Mr. Croome (6) 

1899 f« 

1900 Mr. Evans (3) 

1901 „ 

1902 Mr. Stone (2) 

1903 Mr. Wharton (i) 
1904 



SOCIAL FOOTBALL. 



9* 



Mr. Stone (2) 
Mr. Evans (3) 
Mr. Wharton (I) 



»i 



1901 Mr. Kirkby (5) 

1902 Mr. Simpkinson (4) 

1903 
1904 



>* 



1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 



18931 
1894! 

1895 



1896 



SOCIAL 

Mr, Evans (3) 
S. V. Occleston 
E. Y. Orlebar 

Mr, Raikes (4) - 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
S. H. Harrison 

Mr, Evans (3) 

E. Y. Orlebar 

F. R. Upcher 
Mr, Titherington (2) 

E. W. H. Theobald 
A. H. Jeffreys 

Mr, Bryans (7) 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 
J. P. Nelson 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 

G. L. Grossman 
Mr, Croome (6) 

W, L. Wethered 
J. A. G. Hulton 
Mr, Simpkinson (4) 

F. J. Portman 
R. M. T. Gillson 



RACQUETS. 

1897 Mr, Evans (3) 
G. T. Lee 
Hon. N. C. G. Hardy 

1898 Mr, Kirkby (5) 
C. C. Trollope 
A. J. W. Blencowe 

1899 Mr, Bryans (7) 
L. R. Barker 
C. H. Marsh 

1900 Mr, Evans (3) 
G. Le B. Smith 
G. Zinn 
G. Le B. Smith 
M. N. Kennard 
G. Le B. Smith 
P. CJ. Cresswell 
P. C. Cresswell 
L. P. Walker 

1904 Mr. Kirkby (5) 
J. R. Hartwell 
E. W. Morrell 



1901 
1902 

1903 



SOCIAL FIVES. 



1888 

1889) 
1890} 
1891 

1892 

1893 \ 
1894 1 

1895 



Mr, Bryans (7) 

O. W. Wightman 

G. E. Mosley 

A. L. Nelson 

P. Mark 
Mr, Titherington (2) 

E. W. H. Theobald 

A. H. Jeifreys 
Mr, Croome (6) 

B. H. D. Oxenden 
E. G. N. Winkfield 

Mr, Bryans (7) 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 
G. L. Grossman 
G. L. Grossman 
G. L. Greenshields 



1896 ) Mr, Evans (3) 

1897 \ G. T. Lee 

1898 ) Hon. N. C. G. Hardy 

1899 Mr, Crojme (6) 

R. G. Browne 

1900 H. B. T. Rye 

L. G. T. Sedgwick 

1901 Mr, Evans (3) 

G. Le B. Smith 
R. S. Graham 

1902 Mr, Bryans (7) 

R. H. Schunck 
G. T. Raikes 

1903 Mr. Stone (2) 

H. I. Merriman 
R. H. I. Williams 

1904 Mr, PVharton (i) 

H. H. K. Worsley 
J. Y. Robinson 



XXVI 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



SOCIAL SPORTS. 

(Originally Tug-of-War.) 



1S82 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 



1883 

1884 

18&5 

1886) 
1887) 
1888 

1889 
1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 



Mr. Raikes (4) 
Mr. Kindersley (7) 



*f 



Mr. Vincent (2) 

Mr. Bryans (7) 

Mr. Wharton (i) 

(No Sports) 

Mr, Vincent (2) 

Mr. Raikes (4) 

Mr. Titherington (2) 

Mr. Croome (6) 103 marks 



i» 



91 



>i 



1894 Mr. Croome (3) 73 marks 

1895 ,» 67 

1896 „ 63 

1897 ,» 97 

1898 „ (6)73 

1899 Mr. Wharton (i) 85 

1900 ,, 83 

1901 M 83 

1902 „ 72i 

1903 M 92 

1904 ,, 98 



SOCIAL GYMNASTICS. 



Mr, Vincent (2) 

W. H. Andrews, Capt. * 
Mr, Kindersley (7) 

G. H. Nelson, Capt. 
Mr, Bryans (7) 

G. H. Nelson, Capt. 
Mr, Vincent (2) 

R. S. Bradshaw, Capt. 
Mr, Wharton (i) 

Herbert C. Frith, Capt. 

R. Alexander, Capt. 
Mr, Raikes (4) [Capt. 

Viscount Mountmorr6s, 
Mr, Wharton (l) 

R. Alexander, Capt. 
Mr, Titherington (2) 

D. Elkington, Capt. 
Mr. .Bryans (7) 

E. J. H. Rudge, Capt. 



.1894 ^f' Wharton (i) 

W. A. V. Waldron, Capt. 

1895 (Not recorded) 

1896 Mr, Croome (6) 

V. H. Wilson, Capt. 

1897 Hon. C. E. Craven, Capt. 

1898 M. D. Angus, Capt. 

1899 R. G. Browne, Capt. 

1900 H. B. T. Rye, Capt. 

1 90 1 Mr, Wharton (i) 

T. Airey, Capt. 

1902 Mr, Croome (6) 

F. E. Storrs, Capt. 

1903 Mr, Stone (2) 

H. T. Hall, Capt. 

1904 Mr, Wharton (l) 

E. N. Balme, Capt. 



SOCIAL CROSS-COUNTRY. 
1903 Mr. Croome (6) | 1904 Mr. Simpkinson (4) 



1881 Mr. Vincent (2) 

1882 Mr. Raikes (4) 

1883 Mr. Kirkby (5) 
1884 

1885 Mr. Wharton (i) 

1886 Mr. Evans (2) 

1887 Mr. Raikes (4) 

1888 Mr. Hobson (6) 



SOCIAL SINGING. 

1889 

1890 Mr. Raikes (4) 

1 89 1 Mr. Bryans (7) 

1892 Mr. Raikes (4) 

1893 Mr. Raikes 

1894 Mr. Wharton (i) 
189s Mr. Titherington (2) 
1896 Mr. Wharton (i) 



1897 


Mr. 


Wharton (i) 


1898 




»» 


1899 




j» 


1900 




>» 


I90I 


Mr. 


Kirkby (s) 


1902 






1903 


Mr. 


Stone (2) 



Year of 
entry at 
Radley. 

1848 P. 

1849 W. 

1850 R. 
W. 

1852 A. 

1853 R. 
185s M. 

S. 



ATHLETIC DISTINCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITIES. 

Name. . University. Description and Year of Distinction 

Gurdon 

G. G. Austin 
W. Risley 

B. Woodgate 
E. Seymour 
T. Raikes 

Brown 
E. Illingworth 



cford 


■ • » 

vin 


1856-7 




• • • 

vm 


1858 




viii 


1857-60 




viii 


1862.3 




• ■ • 

VUl 


1864 




• •• 

Vlll 


1865-6 




• ■ ■ 

VUl 


1864.6 




Trial viii 


1862-3 



ATHLETIC RECORD 



XXVll 



ATHLETIC DISTINCTIONS AT THE UNIVEkSITIES— f^«//««ifar. 



Year of 
entry at 
Radley. 

1856 J. 
C. 

1858 H. 
W 

1859 E. 
i860 J. 

T. 
T. 

1861 R. 

1862 J. 

1863 C. 

1864 H. 
A 

1865 E. 
R. 

1867 P. 

1868 C. 
T. 

1871 S. 

1872 T. 

1873 P. 
C. 

c. 

1875 L. 

1876 J. 
S. 
A. 

1877 L. 
H. 

1880 L. 
i88i T. 

L. 

R. 
1882 R. 



Name. 



University. Description and Year of Distinction 



Edgell 
S. Tomes 


Cambridge 
Oxford 


. W. R. DomviUe 


«> 


. H. James (Lord Northbourne) 
M. Moore 




G. Bryraer 
L. Claughton 
H. A. Houblon 


»» 


S. Ross of Bladensburg 
W. M. Bunbury 

S. Read 
. E. Burgess 

R. Harding 

C. M. Evans 


Cambridge 
Oxford 


Lesley 

W. Brancker 

W. L. Browne 


1 

Cambridge 


E. Hockin 


>t 


M. Tancred 


Oxford 


F. Hobson 


)) 


H. Champernowne 
H. Sharpe 
Wigan 
Andrews 


»» 
>> 


B. Baker 




E, R. Lane 


1) 


P. Pott 

Cooper 

S. J. A. Sanford 

W. North 


Cambridge 

Oxford 

Cambridge 


A. Cook 


Oxford 


Hannen 

H. Harvey 

H. Moss - . 


Cambridge 
Oxford 
1* 



)I 



1883 

1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 

1888 



IS89 

1890 

I89I 



1892 



T. R. Spyers 
O. W. Wjghtman 
C. H. S. Bower 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
C. C. Marshall 
R. M. Hodgson 
F. R. Upcher 
H. J. F. Badeley 
L. W. Edmunds 

E. J. H. Rudge 
T. H. E. Stretch 

R. N. Whitworth- Jones 
St. G. B. A. Bailey 

F. S. Le B. Smith 
J. M. Maxwell-Lvte 
F. O. J. Huntley" 



)} 



>y 
*> 



Cambridge 
Oxford 






Cambridge 
Oxford 



J. W. Knight 

G. T. Hellard 

H. C. S. Wasbrough 






Cambridge 



Trial viii 

Trial viii 

Athletics 

Tennis & Racquets 

Athletics 

Trial vm 

Trial viii 

■ • • 

vm 

• • • 

vm 

• • • 

vm 

• • ■ 

vm 
Trial viii 

• ■ ■ • 

Vlll 

Athletics 

■ ■ ■ 

vm 

• • • 

vm 

• • • 

vm 

■ ■ • 

vm 

Trial viii 
Athletics 
Trial vm 
Trial viii 
Bicycling 
Athletics 
Trial viii 
Golf 
Trial viii 
Assoc. Football 
Trial vm 
Assoc. Football 

• • • 

vm 

• ■ » 

Vlll 

Trial viii 

Cricket xi 

Athletics 

Racquets 

Trial viii 

Trial viii 

Cricket xi 

Trial viii (cox.) 

Hockey 

Golf 

Athletics 

Athletics 

Trial viii 1893 

vm . 

Trial viii 

Tennis 

Trial viii 

Swimming - 

• • • 

vm 

Athletics 

Boxing « 

Trial viii 

viii (co)^) 



863 
865 



868 

86s 

868 

868 

872 

868 

871 

872-4 

870 

874 
875-6 
871-2 
876 

874 
876-9 

873 

881-2 

880 

S8i-2 

880 

883 

885 

883-4 

883-4 
886-7 

886 

%%% 

889 

887-8 

889 

889 

890 

889 

888 

893 

893-4 
892 

894-6 

894-5 
897 

894 
& 1896 

894-5 

893 
896 

8978 

894 
901-2 

899 
900 

900 

902 



xxviii 



ATHLETIC RECORt) 



ATHLETIC DISTINCTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITIES— fwftuwrf. 



Year of 

eatnr at Name. 

Radiey. 

1893 H. H. Curtis-Bennett 
G. H. Hardie 
R. D. Hodgson 

F. E. S. Jaconib-Hood 

G. Parker 

1895 G' I^' Johnstone 
L. G. T. Sedgwick 

1896 G. B. Carlisle 
G. Le 6. Smith 

1897 E. P. Evans 
R. S. Graham 
J. B. Holland 

1898 G. A. H. Robinson 
J. D. Stobart 



University. Description and Year of Distinction 



Oxford 



II 



Oxford 



Cycling 1 899- 190 1 

Golf 1900- 1 
Fencin|;& Boxing 1900,1902 
,, Trial viii (cox.) 1897, 1899 

Cambridge viii 1901 

Trial viii 1902-3 

Trial viii 1900 

Fencing 1903 

Athletics 1903-4 

viii 1904 

rial vui 1904 

Trial viii 1903 4 

Trial viii '903-4 

Trial viii 1903 



)> 
>» 
II 
II 
II 
If 
II 



xxix 



NOTES ON THE REGISTER. 



This Edition of the Register records 2c66 entries and 277 deaths : 205 were in the 
School at the time of going to press. 

As regards the Universities, 476 Old Radleians have gone up to Oxford, 122 to 
Cambridge, and 27 to other Universities, the distribution among the Colleges at 
Oxford and Cambridge being as follows : — 

OXFORD. 



Christ Church - 


■ 73 


Balliol - 


- 19 


Worcester - 


• II 


Exeter 


- 58 


Merton 


• 18 


Hertford - 


• 9 


Brasenose - 


• 37 


New College 


• 17 


Lincoln • 


• 9 


Magdalen - 


• 37 


Pembroke 


■ 15 


St. Edmund's Hall 


• 3 


University 


• 34 


Corpus Christi - 


- 13 


Jesus 


I 


Keble 


- 30 


Queen's - 


• II 


New Inn Hall - 


I 


Trinity - 


- 29 


St. John's - 


• II 


St. Mary's Hall 


I 


Oriel 


• 27 


Wadham • 

CAMBRIDGE. 


• II 


Non- Collegiate • 


I 


Trinity - 


- 42 


Gonville and Caius • 


4 


Corpus Christi - 


I 


Jesus 


- 26 


Magdalene 


• 4 


Queens* 


I 


Trinity Hall - 


- 16 


King^s 


3 


St. Catherine's • 


I 


Pembroke 


- 7 


Downing • 


2 


Selwyn 


I 


Clare 


• 5 


Peterhouse 


2 


College not stated 


I 


Christ's - 


• 4 


St. John's - 


2 







PROFESSIONS. 

N.B. — In not a few cases professions have not been stated in the body of the 
Register : — the following figures are, therefore, only approximate. 



Army - - - 257 

Holy Orders - -176 
In business (specified) 131 

In the Colonies and 

Abroad - - 127 

Law - - . - 102 

Stock Exchange - 50 



Medicine - 
Engineers (Civil) 
Engaged in Tuition - 
Civil Service, includ- 
ing various appoint- 
ments under the 
Government • 



39 
39 
27 



23 



Indian Civil Service 

Royal Navy 

Architects 

Artists 

Journalists 

Music 

On the Stage 



12 

II 

8 

6 

5 
5 
4 



XXX 



NOTES 



THE FOLLOWING 148 OLD RADLEIANS SERVED IN THE SOUTH 

AFRICAN WAR 1899- 1902. 

Note. — The year given is that of entry. 



1855 (Sir)E.R. P.Wood- 
gate 
1862 A. G. Holland 
1866 H. Bowles 

1870 I)- A. Macfarlane 

1871 C. V. Gunning 

1872 C. B. Greenfield 
C. W. Hulse 

1873 C. W. T. T. Goff 
C. A. R. Scott 

1875 J. H. Ansley 
II. N. Byass 

P. E. P. Crawfurd 

1876 H.R.Cholmondeley 
A. J. King 

Hon. H. Yarde- 
BuUer 

1877 W. H. Andrews 

F. H. Chapman 

E. Streatfeild 
R. J. Wickham 

1880 C. lirook 

P. T. Duffield 

A. F. Egerton 

G. C. Glyn 

1881 A. H. Corbet 

M. Cottrell- Dormer 

1882 J. H. Bradshaw 
IL F. Hard man 

L. T. E. Llewellyn 
H. W. P. Waters 

F. Whit worth- J ones 

1883 A. R. Corbet 
N. E. Money 
C. B. Peachey 
R. E. Watt 

1884 N. a. J. Bevan 
Sir B. B. M. Leigh- 
ton, Bt. 

R. A. D. Liebert 
C. L. A. Ward- 
Jackson 

1885 C. G. M. Adam 
L. C. V. Bathurst 
H. G. De Bathe 

B. R. M. Glossop 
A. V. Poynter 

J. L. Reid 
H. S. Verity 

1886 C. W. H. Crichton 
H. H. J. Hickley 
V. A. Hickley 

J. A. G. King 
P. M. Wardlaw 
T. V. P. Morgan 



1886 A. E. Pettit 
H. E. F. Sich 

1887 R. Alexander 
L. H. P. Birch 
E. R. Clutterbuck 
G. Compton 
A. N. Hood 

A. Llewellyn 
C. N. North 
J. K. Welhered 

1888 E. R. Adams 
C. C. Barker 
H. R. M. Bourne 
G. A. Howard-Vyse 

B. H. D. Oxenden ' 

C. H. Palmer j 
S. L. Sharpe ' 

1889 A. T. Beck with 
R. H. Darwin 
R. Feilden 
M. H. Logan 
R. F. Stapleton- 

Cotton 

E. Wethered 

1890 A. H. Bostock 
H. A. Cholmley 

F. H. Henderson- 
Cleland 

G. L. Grossman 
G. L. Greenshields 
Hon. C. R. Clegg- 

Hill 

J. W. Jeffreys 

J. E. Leigh 

M. G. Lyon-Camp- 
bell 

J. M. Maxwell-Lyte 

H. L. Napier 

1891 E. A. T. Bayly 
C. B. Benson 
W. B. Branston 
J. S. Burra 
R. A. Corbet 
R. E. Crichton 

F. D. S. Geihin 
R. W. St. L. Gethin 
T. G. Gibson 
Hon. A. R. Clegg- 

HiU 
E. W. Macdonald 
Hon. D. B. O. F. 

Mitford 
H. L. Wethered 

G. P. L. Wymer 



1892 Hon. C. E. Craven 
C. de S. Dunn 

E. Eraser 
R. M. T. Gillson 
L.C. Green- Wilkin- 
son 
J. A. G. Hulton 
G. T. Lee 
K. R. N. Speir 
H. J. S. Stanton 
H. K. Uiterson 
C. R. Woodroffe 

1893 H. D. Belgrave 

B. J. B. Coulson 
T. N. F. Davenport 
A. A. C. FitzClar- 

ence 
J. H. Freeling 

C. T. Hancock 
Hon. G. S. Clegg- 

Hill 
H. W. Moggridge 
R. B. T. Rye 
J. C. Scott 
H. A. S. Stanton 

1894 G. E. Ash ton 
G. H. Barnett 

F. W. Barron 
C. E. S. Bower 

K. A. F. S. Douglas- 
Hamilton 
R. D. Fanshawe 
A. C. Gore 
M. K. Hodgson 
W. A. F. Jones 

G. M. Lindsay 
Hon. A. R. A. Mac- 
donald 

C. H. Marsh 
P. R. Napier 
Hon. H. Robertson 
J. Wheen 

1895 C. E. Adamthwaite 
L. R. Barker 

J. F. Bill 

R. G. Browne 

1896 H. W. Boddington 
L. R. C. Douglas- 
Hamilton 

W. A. T. Ferris 

D. R. Jeffreys 
R. O. Logan 

S. R. McClintock 
H. B. T. Rye 

1897 F. J. Cresswell 



XXXI 



INDEX. 



Note. — The year given is that of entry. 



Abbot, Bradley 
Adam, C. G. M. - 
Adams, Alfred 
Adams, E. R. 
Adams, P. J. C. 
Adams, W. D. 
Adamson, H. K. - 
Adamthwaite, C. E. 
Adcock, H. Halford- 
Addington (2nd), Lord 
Addison, H. D. G. 
Adkins, H. T. 
Ainslie, Percival - 
Airey, R. H. 
Airey, Tom - 
Akers, C. E. - 
Akers, George 
Akroyd, B. N. 
Akroyd, J. B. 
Akroyd, S. F. 
Akroyd, S. H. 
Aldersey, 11. B. 
Aldersey, Ralph - 
Alexander, Boyd - 
Alexander, Robeit 
Allenby, S. H. 
Anderson, C. W. - 
Anderson, J. S. 
Anderson, M. R. - 
Andrews, C. V. W. 
Andrews, Lawford 
Andrews, L. W. - 
Andrews, W. H. - 
Angerstein, J. H. W. 
Angus, G. A. D. - 
Angus, M. D. 
Anning, Walter 
Anning, William - 
Ansley, J. H. 
Anson, A. W. 
Anson, F. H. 
Anstey, T. R. 



874 
885 

875 
888 

888 

879 
881 

895 
856 
856 
898 
867 
881 
900 

897 
874 
851 
865 
862 
862 
864 
901 
904 
887 
887 
871 
856 
902 

877 
892 

875 
874 

877 
887 

893 

894 
876 

881 

875 
866 

862 

889 



Apthorp, R. S. 

Arbuthnot, F. C. - 

Archer, G. L. 

Archer-IIoublon, T. 
H. - - - 

Arden-Baillie- Hamil- 
ton, Hon. 11. R. 

Arkwright, H. R. 

Arkwright, Julius - 

Ash, F. St. A. Har- 
good- 

Ash, G. B. - 

Ash, G. St. A. Har- 
good- 

Ash, W. A. Ilar- 
good- 

Ashton, G. E. 

Atherley, P. C. F. 

Atterbury, F. J. L. 

Austen- Leigh, A. H. 

Austin, C. P 

Austin, W. G. G. - 

Avent, Mark 

Ayrton, W. S. 



Babingten, T. Z. D. 
Badeley, H. J. F. - 
Bagot, C. E. - 
Bagot, C. V. - 
Bagot, H. R. R. - 
Bagot, S. C. - 
Bailey, St. G. B. A. 
Baillie, F. H. J. - 
Baillie, G. H. 
Baillie, H. S. 
Baillie- Hamilton, Hon 

H. R.- 
Bainbridge, P. A. - 
Baker, A. H. 
Baker, F. C. 
Baker, G. Clinton - 



872 
896 

893 
860 

876 



Baker, G. H. 
Baker, H. V. 
Baker, J. B. - 
Baker, K. W. H. - 
Baker, R. M. 
Baker, W. G. 
Balfour, Archibald - 



875 ^alfour, G. A. P. 
879 



901 
903 

899 

S98 
894 
875 
895 
851 

853 

849 
902 

865 



903 

888 

891 
S7S 
876 
886 
889 
852 
885 
852 

876 

877 
888 

875 
885 



Balfour, Melville 
Balfour Browne, V. 

^S. R. - 
Balme, A. N. 
Balme, E. N. 
Balme, F. N. 
Balme, J. N. - 
Banner, Harmood - 
Banner, J. S. 
Banner, S. H. 
Banting, D. B. 
Barber, G. E. 
Barker, C. C. 
Barker, F. T. 
Barker, Geoffrey - 
Barker, L. R. 
Barker, M. M. 
Barlow, E. F. M. - 
Barlow, R. A. Pratt 
Barnard, H. W. - 
Barnard, L. H. 
Barnard, S. E. 
Barnard, T. A. F. - 
Barneby, H. M. 
Barnett, G. H. 
Barnett, Herbert - 
Barnett^ H. E. 
Barnett, O. E. 
Barnett, H. A. 
Barnett, V. C. 
Barron, F-. W. 
Barrow, A. R. M. - 
Barrow, K. E. 
Bartleet, Oswald - 



R. 



:877 
[887 
[876 
[900 
[901 
[876 
[850 

903 

[848 

^893 
[900 

[899 
[902 

[896 

f855 
1856 

[894 
[899 
[880 
[888 
[885 
[904 

[895 
[881 

^873 
[901 

[874 
[884 
896 

894 
[898 

[894 
[S61 

[902 
[903 
[901 
[900 
[894 
1879 
[860 
[884 



xxxu 



INDEX 



Barllett, G. T. 
Barton, J. A.- 
Barton, Mordaunt 
Basaevi, G. W. 
Baskerville.HJ.N 
Bateman, £. S. 
Bathurst, L. C. V. 
Bathurst, L. V. 
Batty, A. E. - 
Bayldon, Richard 
Bayly, C. J. - 
Bayly, E. A. T. 
Bayly, J. C. - 
Baynes, E. S. A. 
Bazely, H. C. B. 
Beale, A. R. - 
Beard, C. G. 
Beard, R. R. 
Beaumont, H. L. 
Beaumont, R. H. 
Beckwith, A. T. 
Beckwith, Claude 
Belgrave, H. D. 
Bell, Alexander 
Bell, M. W. G. 
Beloe, A. A. 
Bengough, E. S. 
Bennet, Hon. G. M 
Bennett, A. S. 
Bennett, H.H.Curtis 
Bennett, H. M. 
^Benson, A. H. 
^Benson, C. B. 
Benson, K. D'A. 
Benson, S. M. 
Bernard, W. T. P. 
Berry, Walter 
Berwick, (8th) Lord 
Besant, H. E. R. 
Best, J. D. - 
Bevan, A. B. 
Bevan, N. A. J. 
Beverley, E, O. 
Bickersteth, E. H. 
Bicknell, A. G. W 
Bidden, A. W. S. 
Biden, A. G. 
Biden, C. E. de B. 
Bill, J. F. - 
Bill, J. G. - 
Binstead, C. H. 
Birch, G. C. P. 
Birch, L. H. P. 
Bird, B. H. - 
Bird, F. C. W. 
Birley, T. H. 
Biscoe, H. T. 
Biscoe, T* S. • 
Black, C. E. - 



893 
864 

849 
859 

87s 
884 

885 

884 

892 

900 

891 

891 

866 

903 

855 
880 

870 

871 

893 

899 

889 

887 

893 
852 

887 

893 

869 

850 

893 
865 

880 

891 

901 

859 

853 
902 

890 

877 
880 

867 
884 
884 

903 

899 
901 

893 
901 

895 
897 
876 
898 
887 
894 

859 
878 

849 
854 
896 



Blackburn, E. A. R 
Blackburn, E.C.W 
Blackburn, J. H. J 
Blackburn, R. H. 
Blackler- Douglass, 

St. J. 
Blackett, Harold 
Blackett, H. B. 
Blencoe, A. J. W. 
Blencowe, J. W. 
Blencowe, R. S. 
Bliss, B. W. - 
Bliss, C. L. - 
Blunt, H. R. 
Blyth, C. V. - 
Blyth, H. H. 
Boddington, H. W 
Bohrmann, J. C. L 
Bone, C. 6. - 
Boothby, H. V. 
Borrett, H. C. 
Borthwick (17th), 

Lord - 
Bostock, A. H. 
Bostock, L. S. 
Boswell, J. I. C. 
Boulderson,T.H.B 
Boult, P. T. O. 
Bourne, H. R. M. 
Bower, C. E. S. 
Bower, C. H. S. 
Bower, F. A. 
Bower, M. S. 
Bowles, F. G. 
Bowles, Henry 
Bowles, T. J. 
Bowman, A. C. 
Bowman, F. J. 
Bowman, II. J. 
Bowman, William 
Bowyer, W. G. 
Boyce,K.W.Wooll 

combe- 
Boyle, J. A. - 
Boyle, R. A. - 
Brackenbury, E. B 
Bradford, A. D. 
Bradford, Walter 
Bradford, W. A. 
Bradley, W. IL 
Bradshaw, John 
Bradshaw, J. H. 
Bradshaw, J. W. 
Bradshaw, R. S. 
Bradshaw, William 
Braithwaite, W. W 
Brancker, P. W. 
Brandreth, H. C. W 
Branston, W. B« 



901 

903 
900 

902 

885 
869 
901 
896 
901 
898 
888 
887 
887 
864 
864 
896 
898 

873 
864 

850 

883 
890 
900 
904 
890 
902 
888 

894 
884 

867 

888 

868 

866 

863 

903 
849 

870 
862 

901 

854 

853 
858 

8S9 
866 
861 
886 

877 
882 
900 
882 

891 
867 
888 
891 



Breckenridge, J. C. 1894 

Brewis, G. W. . 1863 

Brewis, P. R. - 1865 

Bridson, A. W. - 1863 

Bridson, T. R. - 1891 

Briggs, Augustine - 1867 

Bristowe, A. F. . 1887 

Brbtowe, A. L. > 1872 

Bristowe, B. A. - 1876 

Bristowe, C. E. • 1893 

Bristowe, D. G. - 1889 

Bristowe, E. M. - 1873 

Bristowe, F. S. - 1881 

Bristowe, L. W. . 1881 

Bristowe, R. F. - 1877 

Bristowe, S. C. • 1872 

Broadbent, A. C. • 1893 

Broad wood, W. A. 1902 

Bromhead, E. R. • 1857 

Brook, Charles • 1880 

Brook, E. J. - - 1879 
Brooke, E. G. de 

Capell - - 1893 

Brooke, G. E. W. 1889 

Brookes, C. C. • 1881 

Brooks, J. W. - 1875 

Broun, P. A. • 1902 

Brown, A. K. - 1857 

Brown, Cliflford - 1903 

Brown, E. D. • 1857 

Brown, Meredith • 1855 

Brown, S. M. • 1850 

Brown, William - 1899 

Brown, W. S. - 1850 

Brown, W. W. - 1897 

Browne, C. W. L. 1868 

Browne, G. F. C. - 1896 

Browne, H. R. Gore 1899 

Browne, J. Collis - 1899 

Browne, R. G. - 1895 
Browne, V.R.S.R. 

Balfour - • 1893 
Browne, W. H. M. 

Collis • - 1 90 1 

Browne- Lecky, C. 

W. L. - . 1868 
Bruce, A. K. T. - 1885 
Bruce, E. H. S. - 1871 
Bruges, H. H. Lud- 
low- - - - i860 
Bruges, R. H. Lud- 
low- ... i860 
Bruton, C. L. • 1904 
Bruxner- Randall, R. 

G. . • - 1866 

Bryans, J. L. - 1867 

Brymer, F. A. • i860 

Brymer, J. G. - i860 

Buchanan, A. N. - 1899 



INDEX 



XXXlll 



Buller, Hon. G. 




Yarde- 


1875 


Bulier, Hon. H. 




Yarde- 


1876 


Bullcr, J. E. - 


1849 


BuUer, Hon. R. J. 




Yarde- 


1878 


BuUey, F. G. 


1903 


Bullock, R. C. 


1888 


Bullock, R. H. Y. 


1887 


BuUocke, S. H. - 


1853 


Bunbury, J. W. M. 


1862 


Burder, C.S. 


1875 


Burdon, O. B. P. - 


1895 


Burgess, H. E. 


1864 


Burgett, A. E. 


1885 


Burnand, I. B. 


1888 


Burhey, H. E. 


1857 


Burr, Henry - 


1850 


Burr, Malcolm 


1892 


Burra, A. N. 


1898 


Burra, J. S. - 


1891 


Burra, S. H. - 


1900 


Burrows, E. P. 


1866 


Bury, B. E. - 


1889 


Butler, J. B. - 


189s 


Butler, R. B. 


19CX) 


Buxton, L. H. D. - 


1903 


Byass, H. N. 


1875 


1 Byass, Leonard 


1882 


Byass, R. N. 


1848 


Byass, S. H. 


1875 


Byatt, R. N. - 


1901 


Byng, Hon. A. S. - 


1890 


Byng, Hon. I. F. - 


1888 


Byrne, A. L. St. C. 


1884 


Byrne, H. St. C. - 


1884 


Cadell, A. E. 


1904 


Caillard, G. S. E. - 


1875 


Cain, H. C. - 


1903 


Cameron, C. L. 




Lovett- 


1857 


Campbell, H. G. J. 




Lyon- 


1885 


Campbell, J. A. - 


1874 


Campbell, M. G. 




Lyon- 


1890 


Campbell - Walker, 




M. C. - - 


1885 


Campion, C. W. - 


1849 


Cardale, E. R. 


1849 


Carey Gill, T. 


1883 


Carlisle, C. V. 


1901 


Carlisle, G. B. 


1896 


Carlisle, P. E. 


1903 


Carlyon-Hugbes, B. 




J. S. • 


1903 



Carlyon - Hughes, 

H. C. - - 

Carmichael, A. J. P. 
Carmichael, Sir J. 

M., (3rd) Bart. - 
Carr, R. V. - 
Carrington, Stanley 
Cart, A. E. C. 
Carter. W. H. 
Carter- Wood, Joseph 
Cartwright, B. O. - 
Cartwright, E. R. - 
Cartwright, V. H. A. 
Cartwright, W. H. 
Cator, R. B. P. - 
Cavenagh, W. G. • 
Cazenove, B. de L. 
Cazenove, W. de P. 
Chadwick, Harry - 
Chad wick, J. F. 
Chadwick, R. P. - 
Chaloner, T. W. P. 

L. . - - 
Chambres, H. B. - 
Champernowne, 

Henry 
Champernowne, P. H. 
Champernowne, R. K. 
Chanter, A. D. 
Chapman, Charles - 
Chapman, C. J. 
Chapman, F. H. - 
Chapman, G. J. 
Charlewood, C. A. 
Charrington, A. F. 
Charrington, Ernest 
Charrington, J. E. - 
Charrington, P. W. 
Charteris, Hon. A. W. 
Cheeke, O. M. 
Chetwynd-Stapylton, 

P. M. - - 

Child, G. D. - 
Chilton, M. A.- 
Chinnock, H. S. - 
Cholmley, H. A. - 
Cholmondeley,H. R. 
Christy, Edwin 
Churchill, R. R. - 
Churtoc, C. G. 
Clabon, W. M. R. 
Clairmonte, E. G. B. 
Clairmonte, F. A. - 
Clarence, G. C. 
Clark, N. L. H. - 
Clarke, C. C. 
Clarke, E. A. W. - 
Claughton, Harold 
Claughton, P. L. • 



896 
883 

859 
899 
898 

903 
868 

873 
890 

896 

901 

89s 

874 
904 

902 

881 

861 

904 

901 

904 
892 

850 

873 
864 
896 
863 

855 
877 
863 

890 
863 
867 
861 
858 
862 

895 

903 
890 

869 

890 

890 

876 

868 

904 

894 
871 

875 
881 

900 

900 

895 
876 

897 
865 



Claughton, T. L. - 1860 

Claughton, William 1854 

Claughton, W* T. A. 1890 

Cleather, E. G. - 1888 
Clegg-Hill, Hon. A. 

R. - - - 1891 
Clegg-Hill, Hon. C. 

R. - - - 1890 
Clegg-Hill, Hon. F. 

W. - - - 1881 
Clegg-Hill, Hon. G. 

S. - - - 1893 
Cleland-Henderson, 

F. H. - - 1890 
Clerk, D. E. - - 1877 
Clough, G. F. - 1863 
Clover, Arthur - 1900 
Clover, Mat - - 1899 
Clutterbuck, Alex- 
ander - - 1847 
Clutterbuck, E. R. 1887 
Clutterbuck, F. C. 1853 
Coates, Samuel - 1903 
Cobb, C. F. - - 1888 
Cobb, J. W. - - 1903 
Cobb, R. H. - - 1874 
Cobb, R. M. - 1876 
Cochran, W. H. - 1863 
Cochran, W. S. H. 1886 
Cock, H. T. - 1898 
Cockerell, L. A. - 1850 
Cockerel 1, R. V. - 1849 
Cocks, James - 1854 
Cocks,J. P. Somers 1857 
Coffin, W. G. Pine- 1884 
Colborne, R. A. P. 1900 
Coleman, W. T. - 1874 
CoUedge, John - 1855 
Colles, J. C. - - 1903 
Col lings, C. B. - 1872 
CoUingwood, E. H. 1903 
Collins, C. E. - 1894 
Collins, C. W. - 1854 
Collins, W. E. W. 1858 
CoUis Browne, John 1 899 
CoUis Browne, W. 

H. M. - - 1901 

Combe, Edgar - 1896 

Compton, George - 1887 
Compton-Smith, G. 

L. - - - 1903 
Corny ns-Lewer, A. 

D. - - - 1902 

Constable, B. J. L.C. 1900 

Constant, M. G. - 1884 

Coode, B. H. - 1901 

Cook, E. F. - . 1869 

Cook, T. A. - - 1 881 

Cook, T. R. H. - 1879 



XXXIV 




INDEX 




Cooke, A. G. W. - 


1891 


Crichton, R. E. 


• 1891 


Cooke, G. H. 


1880 


Crichton, R. L. 


• 1886 


Cooke, S. A. 


1884 


Crichton, W. L. 


- 1880 


Cooke, William 


1883 


Cripps, L. H. 


• 1901 


Cooper, £. B. 


1870 


Crocker, R. W. 


1900 


Cooper, H. B. 


1875 


Croft, Benjamin 


1888 


Cooper, Leonard • 


1877 


Croft, Bernard 


• 1898 


Cooper, R. H. T. - 


1879 


Crosse, R. S. 


1875 


Cooper, W. E. S. - 


1871 


Grossman, G. L. 


1890 


Coote, C. L. - 


1867 


Cruttwell, R. W. - 


1899 


Coote, P. C. - 


1900 


Cuffe, Hon. H.J.A. 


1863 


Copeland, E. C. • 


1849 


Cuffe, Hon. O. F. S. 


1864 


Copleston, R. T. - 


1899 


Culme-Seymour, A. 




Corbet, A. H. 


1881 


G. - - - 


1900 


Corbet, A. R. 


1883 


Culme-Seymour, E. 




Corbet, G. V. 


1882 


V. - - - 


1901 


Corbet, Reginald - 


1872 


Cummins, £. O. - 


i85«; 


Corbet, R. A. 


1891 


Cundy, C. E. 


1878 


Cotter, C. R. 


1891 


Cunlifi^- Lister, Hon 


1. 


Cotter, R. H. 


1891 


John - 


1882 


Cotton, R. F. Staple- 




Cunnynghame, H. 




ton- - 


1889 


0. R. 


1875 


Cottrell - Dormer, 




Currey, J. N. 


1903 


Maximilian 


1881 


Currie, A. H. A. - 


1889 


Coulson, B. J. B. - 


1893 


Curtis-Bennett, H. 




Coulson, T. L. St. A. 


1883 


11. - - 


1893 


Counsell- Roberts, 








G. E, - - 


1880 






Courage, P. K. 


1886 


D'Alessio, A. P. - 


1884 


Courthope, R. A. - 


1896 


D*Alessio, D. A. - 


1889 


Courthope,W.H.F. 


1897 


D'Alessio, E. S. J. 


1884 


Coutts,H. B. Money- 


1889 


D*Alessio, G. S. H. 


1891 


Cowie, C. G. 


1891 


D'Alessio, J. T. - 


1889 


Cowie, I. M. 


1893 


Dalrymple, H. C. - 


1863 


Cox, C. E. E. 


1868 


Danby, C. E. 


1869 


Coxe, Hilgrove 


1856 


Danby, P. S. 


1869 


Grace, E. K. - 


i860 


Darwin, R. H. 


1889 


Grace, F. H. 


1862 


Dashwood, C.W. L. 


1887 


Cradock-Hartopp, 




Dash wood, G. L. - 


1854 


A. W. 


1876 


Dashwood, H.W.G. 


1868 


Craig. E. C. W. 
Gibson 




Dashwood, S. L. - 


1897 


1901 


Daukes, H. C. 


1892 


Crane, J. E. - 


1877 


Davenport, C. T. - 


1863 


Craven, H. B. 


1878 


Davenport, T. N. F. 


1893 


Craven, Hon. C. E. 


1892 


Davies, W. B. 


1857 


Craven, W. F. 


1867 


Davis, G. C. - 


1881 


Crawfurd, P. E. P. 


1875 


Davis, H. J. - 


1904 


Cresswtll, C. A. - 


1867 


Dawson, G. R. F. - 


1892 


Cresswell, F. J. 


1897 


Day, G. H. - 


1889 


CresswelJ, G. F. A. 


1867 


Day, H. C. - 


1848 


Cresswell, P. C. - 


1899 


Day, S. N. - 


1902 


Crichton, A. H. 


1880 


Deacon, E. H. 


1886 


Crichton, A. W. - 


1848 


De Bathe, H. G. - 


1885 


Crichton, C. W. H. 


1886 


de Capell Brooke, 


1 


Crichton, F. M. - 


1890 


E. G. - - 


1893 


Crichton, U. B. 


1848 


de Clifford, (25th) 




Crichton, Hon. H. 




Lord - 


1898 


G. L. - - 


1859 


de Fr^ville, G. V. - 


1900 


Crichton, J. A. 


1897 ' 


Degraves, Ilenry - 


1869 



Demuth, A. F. - 1886 

Dennis, G. B. G. - 1858 

Denny, Arthur - 187 1 
Derbyshire, Frederick 1 85 3 
Desart, (5th) Earl of 1863 

De Velk, F. W. - 1865 

DeVitre,J. D.Denis 1884 

De Winton, C. H. - 1869 

Dick, D. D. . - 1854 

Dickson, Haughton 1866 

Didham, Chambers 1874 

Dixon, Cecil - - 1895 
Dodington, H. 

Marriott- - - 1883 

Domville, H.W. R. 1858 

Donald, C. S. - 1885 

Donnison, E. W. - 1848 

Dormer, M. Cottrell- 1 88 1 

Douglas, A. C. - 1886 

Douglas, J. C E. - J 89 1 
Douglas- Hamilton, 

Lord C. G. A. - 1863 
Douglas-Hamilton, 

K. A. F. S. - 1894 
Douglas- Hamilton, 

L. R. C. - - 1896 
Douglass, St. J. 

Blacker- - - 1885 

Downes, Edmund - 1854 

Downes, Leonard - 1855 

Downes, R. E. • 1898 

Draper, J. P. G. - 1885 

Driver, A. C. - 1891 

Drummond, D. G. F. 1 900 

Drummond, M. C. • 1894 
Drury-Lowe, L. R. 

C. - - - 1897 

Duberly, A.J.St. B. 1898 

Du Croz, C. F. - 1895 
Duff"- Gordon, Sir C. 

E., (5ih) Bart. - 1877 

Duff'-Gordon, H. W. 1880 

Duffield, G. F. - 1880 

Duffield, P. T. - 1880 

Duke, Michael • 1904 

Duke, R. E. H - 1870 

Duncombe, A. G. - 1862 

Duncombe, A. M. - 1866 

Dundas, R. C. - 1882 

Dunlop, George - 1863 

Dunn, C. de S. - 1892 

Dunn, E. T. W. - 1859 

Dunn, F. W. - 1861 

Dunn, H. T. - - 1889 

Dunn, James- - 1853 

Dunn, S. T. - - i88i8 

Dunn, T. D. W. - 1859 

Dunn, W. H. - 1859 

Dunning, C. H. - 1875 



INDEX 



XXXV 



Dunning, H. G. - 
Dunster, H. T. 
Durell, J. P. - 
Durham, H. R. P. 
Durham, J. A. 
Dwight, W. A. 

Eddis, E. B. F. - 
Edgell, John - 
Edgell, William - 
Edmunds, L. W. - 
Edwardes, F. P. - 
Edwards, B. C. P. 
Edwards, C E. P. 
Egerton, A. F. 
Egerton, A. O. 
Egerton, William - 
Egginton, Arthur • 
Egmont,(7th)Earlof 
Elkington, David - 
Elkington, G. L. - 
Elkington, G. R. - 
Elkington. H. F. - 
Elkington, J. E. - 
Elkington, W. H. - 
Elliot, Dunsterville 
Elliot, G. S. - 
Ellis, S. R. - 
Ellison, H. B. 
Elton, B. A. - 
Elwes, G. P. 
Elwes, J. F. - 
Elwes, R. H. M. - 
Engstrom, G. L. - 
Errington, F. F. - 
Errington, W. J. • 
Erskine, Hon. A. W. 
Erskine, Hon. C. 
H. S. - - 

Erskine, H. W. K. 
Erskine, W. H. • 
Evans, Arthur 
Evans, E. C. M. - 
Evans, E. P. 
Evans, F. W. M, - 
Evans, H. M. 
Evans, H. M. M. - 
Evans, P. M. 
Everard, L. F. 
Everett, E. H. 
Evetts, B. T. A. - 
Evetts, G. W. 
Ewing, H. E. D. Orr 

Fairrie, Henry 
Fairrie, S. H. 
Faithful!, F. F. - 
Fanshawe, R. D. - 



875 
888 

854 
868 

893 
883 

875 
856 

8i;6 

888 

861 

894 

893 
880 

904 

856 

865 

857 
888 

900 

876 

863 

886 

876 

848 

848 

901 

880 

888 

869 

891 

86s 

855 
875 
879 
854 

866 

873 
854 
892 

865 

897 
867 

861 

871 

874 
851 
876 

873 
859 
903 

885 
882 
884 

894 



Farrant, C. W. B. 
Farrer, R. E. A. L. 
Feilden, F. T. 
Feilden, Henry 
Feilden, Randle - 
Feilden, Robert • 
Feilden, Rodolph - 
Fenton, F. G. 
Fenton, S. G. 
Fen wick, G. A. 
Fenwick, L. G. 
Ferris, W. A. T. - 
Ffoulkes, C. J. - 
Ffoulkes, E. A. 
Field, E. A. - 
Field, G. L. - 
Fife, H. L. - 
Fife, R, D'A. 
Finch, J. D. - 
Finch, J. S. Wynne- 
Fisher, A. B. Knapp- 
Fisher, H. P. 
Fisken, A. J. 
FitzClarence, A. A.C. 
FitzClarence, H. E. 
FitzGibbon, R. A. 
Fletcher, Edward - 
Fletcher, L. J. W. 
Flint, C. W. - 
Flint, W. F. - 
Floyer, F. A. 
Forbes, C. F. 
Forbes, H. F. G. • 
Forbes, J. W. 
Forster, W. G. 
Fort, H. R. T. - 
Fortescue, H. C. • 
Forwood, Ernest • 
Forwood, G. P. 
Forwood, Reginald 
Fossett, W. S. 
Foster, Alfred 
Foster, A. S. 
Foster, Richard 
Foster, R. C. S. - 
Foster, R. L. V. - 
Fountaine, A. C. - 
Fowler, J. E. 
Fowler, R. W. - 
Fowler, William - 
Fox, A. F. - 
Fox, F. N. - 
Fox, R. G. - 
Franks, H. W. - 
Franks, R. C. 
Eraser, Eric - 
Eraser, L. M. 
Freeling, J. H. 
Freeman, H. G. - 



872 
888 

859 
854 

855 
889 

875 

875 

859 

855 
896 

880 

880 

866 

861 

879 
881 

894 
858 

902 

890 

881 

893 
863 

904 
863 
858 
870 
870 
868 
865 
866 
880 

873 
881 

875 
866 

864 

880 

865 

883 

886 

886 

855 
889 

863 

876 

871 
9CX) 

871 
902 

899 
899 

892 
850 

89J 
863 



Freeman, S. C. 
Freer, A. S. B. 
Freer, S. C. - 
Freer, W. J. - 
Frere, W. E. 
Frith, Herbert C. 
Frith, Hugh C. 
Frith, W. S. - 
Fulcher, E. J. 
Fumeaux, W. M. 
Fursdon, Elsworth 
Furse, H. R. 
Furse, J. H. M. 

Galsworthy, G. C. 
Galsworthy, Hubert 
Gallon, C. A. 
Galton, T. C. - 
Gandy, J. G. 
Garle, B. B. - 
Garnett, H. P. 
Garraway, F. F. 
Gaskell, S. W. 
Galhorne- Hardy, 

Hon. H. 
Gathome- Hardy, 

Hon. N. C. 
George, H. L. 
Gethin, F. D. S. 
Gethin, P. E. L. 
Gethin, R. W. St. L 
Gibbings, Richard 
Gibbons, B. C. P. 
Gibbons, Frederick 
Gibbons, T. C. P. 
Gibbs, Antony 
Gibbs, N. M. 
Gibbs, R. C. - 
Gibbs, S. R. - 
Gibson, J. G. 
Gibson, R. R. 
Gibson, T. G. 
Gibson, W. G. 
Gibson Craig, E. C 

W. - 
Gill, T. Carey 
Gill, W. P. - 
Gillett, E. A. 
Gillett, G. E. 
Gillett, R. W. 
Gillett, W. A. 
Gillson, R. M. T. 
Gilmour, H. J. G. 
Gilpin, N. W. B. 
Gladwin, F.C.M.F 
Gladwin, R. H. F 
Glencross, G. P. N 
Glencross, W. N. 
Glossop, B. R, M 



[904 

[879 
[871 
[868 
[850 
[885 
[882 
[88 [ 

1904 
:858 
[856 
[900 

t875 

:883 
^883 
[850 
1850 

[877 
[898 
[867 

1857 
1875 

[861 

1834 

1895 
[891 

1897 
[891 
[856 

1879 
[889 
[883 

i855 
[899 
[848 

893 
[876 

[891 

[891 

1888 

[901 

[883 

[879 
[852 

[878 

[903 

r875 
[892 

[898 
r887 
[894 
[899 
[869 

[868 
[885 



XXXVl 



INDEX 



Glossop, W. H. N. 
Glyn, A. R. - 
Glyn, G. Carr 
Glyn, M. G. Carr - 
Godfrey, E. C. 
Godfrey, H. P. 
Godfrey, R. S. 
Godley, J. A. 
Goflf, C. W. T. T. - 
Goff, J. C. • 
Goldie, A. B. D. - 
Goldie-Taubman, G. 
Gooch, H. F. 
Gordon, A. J. L. • 
Gordon, Sir C. E. 

Duff-, (5th) Bart. 
Gordon, D. M. 
Gordon, George 
Gordon, H.W. Duff. 
Gordon, John 
Gordon, Robert 
Gore, A. C. - 
Gore, C. H. - 
Gore, J. F. - 
Gore Browne, H. R. 
Gorringe, M. H. E. 
Gosset, A. H. 
Gosset, I. W. 
Gough, Hon. H.R. A. 
Graham, R. S. 
Granlund, O. F. - 
Grant, Alexander - 
Grant, Sir A. H., 

(9th) Bart. - 
Grant, C. F. - 
Grantham, W. E. - 
Graves, Arnold 
Gray, B. G. - 
Gray, Cecil - 
Gray, Frederick 
Gr?.y, G. H. - 
Gray, G. W. - 
Gray, H. F. - 
Gray, J. D. - 
Gray, M. A. - 
Gray, M. J. W. - 
Gray, R. S. - 
Gray, W. A. 
Gray, W. B. - 
Gray, W. F. 
Grayson, J. H. F. - 
Greaves, C. D. 
Green, E. A. 
Green- Wilkinson, 

L. C. - - 

Greene, D. J. 
Greene, H. T. W. - 
Greene, W. Sheppey 
Qreenfield, C. B. - 



1878 


Greenfield, H. B. * 


1873 


Hannen, N. J. 


1895 


1884 


Greenshields, G. L. 


1890 


Hardie, G. H. 


1893 


1880 


Greenwood, Charles 


1871 


Harding, A. R. 


1864 


1885 


Gregorie, F. St. B. 


1883 


Harding, R. G. 


1879 


1857 


Gresley, C. V. 


1879 


Harding, S. G. 


1874 


1869 


Gresley, N. E. 


1874 


Hardman, H. F. - 


1882 


1857 


Greswell, C. E. - 


1858 


Hardy, Hon. H. 




1857 


GreviUe, Hon. C B. 




Gathome- - 


1861 


1873 


F. - - - 


1885 


Hardy, Hon. N. C. 




I89I 


Grey, C. F. - 


1853 


Gathome- - 


1894 


1870 


Grey, D. C. C. 


1875 


Hardy, T. L. 


1901 


1888 


Grey, E. S. • 


1877 


Hare, B. F. T. 


1890 


1874 


Grey, F. T. - 
Griffin, C. C. 


1853 


Hargood-Ash, F. 




1859 


1862 


St. A. 


1901 




Griffith, E. C. 


1877 


Hargood-Ash, G. 




1877 


Griffith, H. B. 


1854 


St. A. 


1899 


1887 


Griffith, Sir R. J. 




Hargood-AshjW. A. 


1898 


1877 


Waldie-,(3rd)Bart. 


i860 


Hargreave, G. W. - 


1856 


1880 


Grisewood, F. H. - 


1902 


Hargreave, J. B. - 


1903 


1883 


Grove, T. H. H. - 


1877 


Hargreave, T. B. - 


1858 


I88I 


Gruisen, N. A. R. 




Hargreaves, A. J. - 


1869 


1894 


van - 


1904 


Hargreaves, Percy - 


1873 


1896 


Grundy, George - 


1895 


Harington, Charles 


1849 


1899 


Gunning, C. V. 


1871 


Harman, J. A. 


1890 


1899 


Gunning, SirF. D., 




Harmood-Banner, 




I89I 


(6th) Bart. - 


1867 


J. S. - 


1856 


1865 


Gunning, H. W. M. 


1876 


Harper, George 


1854 


1859 


Gurdon, Philip 


1848 


Harris, W. R. S. - 


1902 


1868 


Gwyer, A. G. 


1897 


Harrison, Fryer 


1878 


1897 






Harrison, M. H. - 


1890 


1899 






Harrison, S. H. 


1886 


1856 


Hack, Lionel 


1902 


Harter, P. La T. - 


1870 




Hacon, E. H. 


1882 


Hartopp, A. W. 




1859 


Hacon, H. E. 


1878 


Cradock- - 


1876 


1854 


Haden, J. H. 


1864 


Hartree, J. P. 


i860 


1884 


Hadow, B. C. 


1895 


Hartwell, J. R. - 


1901 


1899 


Haggle, G. E. 


1904 


Harvey, C. H. F. - 


1901 


1875 


Halford, R. A. 


1885 


Harvey, Edmund • 


1869 


1868 


Halford-Adcock, H. 


1856 


Harvey, G. C. 


1885 


1849 


Hail, Godfrey 


1883 


Harvey, H. F. 


1876 


1865 


Hall, H. T. - 


1898 


Harvey, R. H. 


1881 


1849 


Hall, L. E. - 


1881 


Haviland, R. C. - 


1866 


1849 


Hall, M. J. - 


1888 


Hawley, C. C. 


1865 


1859 


Hamilton*, C. E. - 


1867 


Hawley, F. W. - 


1869 


1856 


Hamilton, Lord C. 




Hawley, Sir H. M., 




1898 


G. A. Douglas- - 


1863 


(5th) Bart. - 


1861 


1876 


Hamilton, C. N. M. 


1900 


Hay, A. B. - 


1859 


1849 


Hamilton, Hon. H. 




Hay, Hon. C. G. 




1863 


R. Baillie- 


1876 


Drummond 


1876 


1876 


Hamilton, K. A. F. 




Hayley, J. N. 


187 1 


1885 


S. Douglas- 


1894 


Hayter, C. G. 


1886 


1890 


Hamilton, L. R. C. 




Heap, R. R. - 


1890 


1857 


Douglas- - 


1896 


Heaton, Arthur 


1850 




Hampson, E. J. 


1878 


Hecker, H. C. T. - 


1861 


1892 


Hancock, C. T. 


1893 


Hellard, G. T. 


1892 


1853 


Hancock, D. L. 


1898 


Hemery, C. W. - 


i860 


I86I 


Hancock, M. T. - 


1900 


Henderson, C. E. P. 


1900 


1853 


Handley, Edward - 


1856 


Henderson, E. L. - 


1888 


1872 . 


Hannen, Lancelot - 


1 881 


Henderson, E. P. - 


1864 



INDEX 



XXXVll 



Henderson, R. G. • 1896 
Henderson-CIeland, 

F. H. - - 1890 

Henn, F. B. - • i860 

Henn, William • 1858 
Henniker- Major, 

Hon. J. E. de G. 1897 
Henniker- Major, 

Hon. V. A. .1892 

Henry, Arthur • 1849 

Henry, Ernest - 1849 

Henry, James - 1849 

Henty, E. C. - 1903 
Hermon- Hodge, J. 

P. - - - 1904 

Heron, R. F. - 1892 

Herringham, J. P. - 1877 

Hetling, F. T. - 1849 

Hewetson, R. P. - 1904 
Hewitt, E. R. Lud- 

low- - - - 1899 

Heycock, H. C. H. 1882 

Heygate, C. R. - 1900 

Heygate, Gerald - 1896 

Hibbert, E. E. M. 1881 

Hickley, H. H. J. 1886 

Hickley, V. A. - 1886 

Higginson, J. E. - 1861 

Hill, A. O. - • 1848 
Hill, Hon. A. R. 

Clegg- - - 1891 

Hill, C. J. • - 1849 

Hill, C. r. - - 1856 
Hill, Hbn. C. R. 

Clegg- - - 1890 

Hill, E. F. - - 1872 
Hill, Hon. F. W. 

Clegg- - - 1881 
Hill, Hon. G. S. 

Clegg- - - 1893 

Hill, H. G. - - 1882 

Hill, N. B. - - 1884 

Hill, N. G. - - 1877 

Hill, N. S. - - 1848 

Hill, T. H. Noel- - 1890 

Hilton, A. M. - 1892 

Hilton, W. F. - 1881 

Hine, Harry - - 1869 

Hitchins, C. V. S. - 1898 

Hitchins, F. St. J. 1895 

Hitchins, H. C. - 1897 

Hobson, T. F. - 1872 

Hockin, T. E. - 1868 
Hodge, J. P. Her- 

mon- - 1904 

Hodgson, D. K. - 1901 

Hodgson, H. C. - 1902 

Hodgson, M. K. - 1894 

Hodgson, P. K. - 1898 



Hodgson, R. D. - 
Hodgson, R. M. - 
Hogan, E. O. 
Hogg, Hon. D. S. 

McGarel- - 
Holcroft, C. W. - 
Holcroft, G. H. - 
Holcroft, H. R. - 
Holcroft, Walter - 
Holden, H. V. 
Holden, Thomas - 
Holderness,E.W.E. 
Holland, A. G. - 
Holland, B. T. 
Holland, Cyril 
Holland, H. C. - 
Holland, H. F. - 
Holland, J. B. 
Holland, L. G. - 
Holland, W. J. 
Hollins, R. R. - 
Holmes, G. S. 
Homfray, Alfred - 
Hood, A. N. 
Hood, F. E. S. 

Jacomb- 
Hook, Cecil - 
Hook, Waller 
Hope, A. S. - 
Hope, Montagu 
Hopgood, J. E. 
Hopkinson, C. A. - 
Hornby, F. V. 
Hornby, G. E. 
Hornell, E. B. C. - 
Hornell, W. W. - 
Hotchkis, A. D. - 
Hotchkis, H. J. 
Houblon, T. H. 

Archer- 
Houghton, A. B. 

Johnson 
Howard, A. H. 
Howard, G. F. 
Howard, G.F.H.C. 
Howard, Henry 
Howard, Percival - 
Howard, W. F. - 
Howard-Vyse, G. A. 
Howard -Vyse, H. 

G. L. - - 

Howell, J. C. 
Howell, Llewellyn 
Hubbard, B. L. - 
Hubbard, Hon. C.J. 
Hubbard, Hon. 

Egerton 
Hubbard, Hon. 

Evelyn 



893 
887 

898 

878 
903 

873 
904 

874 
880 

880 

903 
862 

889 

899 
874 
874 
897 
863 

850 
901 
898 
872 
887 

893 
855 
851 

879 
856 

877 

884 

871 
854 

894 
891 

883 

876 

860 

901 

899 

849 
887 

848 

888 

849 
888 

872 

887 

875 

875 
861 

856 

865 



Hubbard, W. F. - 1873 

Hudson, C. J. - 1894 

Hudson, H. R. - 1849 
Hugessen, M. A. 

KnatchbuU- • 1901 
Hughes, B. J. S. 

Carlyon- - - 1903 

Hughes,E.Vaughan- 1866 
Hughes, H. C. 

Carlyon- - - 1896 

Hughes, J. B. • 1901 

Hulbert, H. R. - 1899 

Hulbert, M. L. - 1901 

Hulse, C. W. - 1872 

Hulse, H. J. - - 1875 

Hulse, S. G. - - 1853 

Hulton, J. A. G. - 1892 

Humphries, J. C. - 1904 

Hunt, B. PI. - - 1902 

Hunt, Charles - 1884 

Hunt, C. H. - - 1902 

Hunt, R. K. C. - 1886 

Hunter, W. B. H. 1894 

Huntley, F. O. J. 1891 

Hurford, A. E. - 1869 



Illingworth, C. H. 1897 

Illingworth, H. S. 1902 

Illingworth, S. E. 1855 

im Thurn, C. D. - 1897 

Ingham, R. K. - 1896 

Inglis, C. J. - - 1865 

Ingram, A. D. - 1883 

Ingram, G. W. H. J. 1861 

Innian, L. Y. - 1903 

Inman, T. H. - 1898 

lonides, A. C. - 1875 

lonides, C. A. - 1875 

Irons, H. W. - 1849 

Irons, L. C. - - 1854 

Irvine, Q. H. I. - 1902 

Izon, J. A. - - 1888 

Jackson, A. V. - 1897 
Jackson, C. L. A. 

Ward- - - 1884 

Jackson, E. M. C. 1883 

acobs, F. L. - 1855 

Jacobs, Wilson - 1855 
Jacomb-Hood, F. E. 

S. - - - 1893 

James, Hon. W. H. 1858 

Janson, J. T. - 1903 

Janvrin, H. S. - 1849 

Jardine, J. F. - 1866 

Jeftreys, A. G. - 1885 

Jeffreys, A. H. - 1886 

Jeffreys, C. N. T. - 1891 



XXXVIU 



INDEX 



Jeffreys, D. R. - 1896 

Jeffreys, J. W. - 1890 

Jeffreys, Robert - 1865 

Jeffreys, W. M. - 1892 

Jelf, A. R. - - 1849 
Jenkins, C. W. 

Wolseley- - • 1904 

Jennings, A. C. - 1864 

Jennings, R. M. - 1855 

Jennings, W. H. J. 1854 

Jervis, H. Parker- - 1903 

Job, B. C. K. - 1901 

Johnson, G. E. T. 1853 

Johnson, P. Marr - 1882 

Johnson, R. Marr - 1887 
Johnson Houghton, 

A. B. - - 1901 

Johnston, H. L. - 1903 

Johnston, J. L. • 1899 

Johnstone, A. G. W. 1 873 

Johnstone, C. E. - 1879 
Johnstone, Sir F. J. 

W., (8th) Bart. - 185 1 
Johnstone, G. C. K. 1851 
Johnstone, G. H. - 1895 
Johnstone, H. A. - 1873 
Johnstone, W.J. B. 1886 
Jones, C. A. - - 1874 
Jones, Daniel - 1895 
Jones, E. J. - - 1872 
Jones, E. Spencer - 1899 
Jones, F.Whitworth- 1882 
Jones, H. F. - 1865 
Jones, R. N. Whit- 
worth- - - 1888 
Jones, S.Whitworth- 1892 
Jones, W. A. F. - 1894 
Jourdain, C. E. G. 1904 
Jourdain, H. J. - 1902 
Jourdain, P. F. C. 1902 
Jowitt, Robert - 1886 



Kay, E. C. L. - 1858 

Kempe, Edward - 1888 

Kempe, H. F. C. - 1903 

Kempe, J. E. - 1902 

Kennard, A. S. - 1848 

Kennard, Edward - 1857 

Kennard, E. Hegan 1848 

Kennard, H. M. - 1848 

Kennard, M. N. - 1896 

Kennard, R. L. - 1862 

Kennett, Charles - 1848 

Kent, O. C. - - i860 

Kerby, C. C. - 1899 

Kerr,LordJ. M. H. 1852 

Kerr, Lord W. T. - 1851 

King, A. J. - . 1876 



King, F. H. - - 1879 

King, H. C - - 1879 

King, J. A. Gordon 1886 

King, J. H. - - 1898 

King, Norman - 1903 

King, V. E. . - 1855 

King, W. W. - 1876 

Kingham, T. S. - 1898 

Knapp, A. D. - 1890 

Knapp- Fisher, A. B. 1 902 
Knatchbull, Sir H. 

E., (nth) Bart. - 1855 
Knatchbull- Huges- 

sen, M. A. - 1901 

Kneller, Godfrey - 1854 

Knight, Churchill - 1893 

Knight, Henry - 1856 

Knight, J. W. - 1891 

Knollys, E. F. - 1853 

Knollys, E. W. - 1853 

Knollys, L. F. - 1859 

Knollys, W. E. - 1854 

Knowles, B. M. - 1902 

Knowles, W. L. - 1902 



Lacey, W. F. - 1883 

Laird, H. C. - 1882 

Laird, H. S. - - 1886 

Lambart, R. F. L. - 1889 

Lambert, E. N. • 1896 

Lane, S. E. R. - 1876 

Langley, C. K. - 1901 

Langley, C. S. - 1881 

Laprimaudaye, C. H. 1849 

Larken, Metcalfe - 1858 

Latham, John - 1885 

Law, George - i860 

Law, H. H. B. - 1888 

Law, J. P. - - 1859 

Lawrence, A. L. - 18S3 

Lawrence, B. L. - 1889 

Lawrence, H. S. • 1898 

Lawrence, J. H. - 1885 

Lax, William - 1869 

Layton, E. N. - 1902 

Layton, Maurice - 1901 

Leach, E. B. - 1885 

Leadbetter,J.W.R. 1888 

Leake, T. E. Martin 1892 

Le Breton, E. H. - 1862 

Le Breton, E. P. - 1897 

Le Breton, H. P. - 1868 

Le Breton, J. G. B. 1898 
Lechmere, Sir E. A., 

(4th) Bart. - 1880 
Lecky, C. W. L. 

Browne- - - 1868 

Ue, E. B. T. - 1889 



Lee, G. T. • - 1892 

Lee, R. N. - - 1902 

Lee Williams, O. L 1902 

Leeds, H. P. - 1862 
Legard, Sir A. W., 

(I2th) Bart. - 1851 
Legg, G. E. Wick- 
ham - . . 1884 

Leicester- Warren, C. 1893 

Leigh, A. H.Austen- 1851 

I^igh, H. Egerton 1891 

Leigh, J. Egerton - 1890 

Leigh, J. F. W. - 1897 

Leigh, Roger - 1852 
Leighton, Sir B. B. 

M., (9th) Bart. • 1884 

Leighton, Cuthbert 1893 

Leighton, C. A. B.K. 1866 

Le Marchant, S. H. 1895 

Lempri^re, C. C. * 1884 

Leschallas, G. P. • 1892 

Lesley, Robert - 1865 

Lethbridge, Arthur i860 

Lethbridge, Charles i860 

Levett, R. W. - 1904 
Lewer, A. D. 

Comyns- - • 1902 

Lewis, C. A. L. - 1887 

Lewis, E. H. • 1865 

Liddell, E. H. - 1863 

Liddon, J. P. - 1891 

Liebert, R. A. D. . 1884 

Lightfoot, F. L. - 1854 

Lightfoot, G. H. - 1855 

Lightfoot, H. Le B. 1862 

Lightfoot, R. P. . 1853 

Lindsay, C. A. - 1896 

Lindsay, G. M« - 1894 

Lindsay, W. A. - 1856 

Lindsay, W. J. - 1856 

Lipscomb, E. F. - 1855 

Lister, E. A. C. - 1883 

Lister, F. H. • 1894 

Lister, H. C. - 1887 
Lister, Hon. J. Cun- 

liffe- - - - 1882 

Lister-Kay, E. C. L. 1858 

Litherland, W. B. • 1903 

Little, C. T. - - 1882 

Little, James • • 1886 

Littleton, H. A. • 1903 

Llewellyn, Arthur - 1887 

Llewellyn, L. T. E. 1882 

Llewellyn, O. J. • 1884 

Lloyd, U. E. - 1903 

Locke, E. D. B. - i860 

Locke, Harold - 1885 

Locke, I. K. H. C. 1896 

Lockie, Andrew - 1895 



INDEX 



XXXIX 



Lockyer, A.'W. 
LockyeTj 11. P. 
Logan, Balfour 
Logan, M. H. 
Logan, R. O. 
Long, G. E. • 
Longland, A. C. 
Longridge, C. C. 
Longridge, James 
Longridge, Michael 
Longridge, W. H. 
Louis, F. B. - 
Lound, V. S. 
Lovell, E. W. L. 
Lovett-Cameron, C 

L. - 
Lowe, Henry 
Lowe, L. R. C 

Drury- 
Lowndes, Thomas 
Lowry, Austin 
Loxley, A. S. 
Loxley, H. C. 
Loxley, R. V. B. 
Loxley, V. D. 
Loyd, R. J. H. 
Ludlow-Bruges, H 

H. - 
Ludlow-Bruges, R 

H. - 
Ludlow-Hewitt, E 

R. - 
Lumley, Edward 
Lumsden, H. G. 
Lumsden, L. A. W 

E - - 
Lyail, J. H. - 
Lyman, W. W. 
Lyon, W. E. 
Lyon -Campbell, H 

G. J. . - 
Lyon-Campbell, M 

G. • - 
Lyte, J. M. Maxwell 



McAdam, A. F. 
Macaulay, W. E. B 
McClintock, E. L 

L. . 
McClintock, S. R. 
McClintock, W. F 

C 
Macdonald, Hon 

A. R. A. - 
Macdonald, A. S. 
Macdonald, E. W. 
MacDonald, 11. S. 
Macdonald, I. B. 



858 
861 
882 
889 
896 
887 
902 
86s 
861 

859 

859 
886 

904 
857 

857 
865 

897 
850 
868 
858 
872 
901 

89s 
898 

860 

860 

899 
848 

853 

868 

899 
866 

883 

885 

890 
890 



878 
883 

900 
896 

899 

894 

899 
891 

903 
894 



Macdonald, J. *C. - 1849 

Macdonald, N. M. 1886 

Macdonald, R. H. 1898 
Macdonald, Hon. 

R. I. - - - 1900 

MacEwen, D. C. - 1900 

Macfarlane, D. A. - 1870 

Maciarlane, J. M. - 1870 
McGarel-Hogg, Hon. 

D. S. - - - 1878 
Maclver, Donald - 1899 
Maclver, D. R. - 1887 
Mackarness,C. G. M. 1904 
Mackay, Douglas - 1881 
Mackenzie, K. D. - 1890 
Mackrel), H. P. - 1862 
Maclagan, C. D. D. 1876 
MacLean, A. K. - 1900 
Mc Master, F. S. - i860 
McMaster, J. W. - i860 
McNiven, E. A. H. 1903 
Madan, C. S. - 1873 
Madan, F. M. - 1875 
Madden, C. D. - 1863 
Magenis, R, H. C. 1902 
Magheramorne, (3rd) 

Lord - - - 1878 

Magniac, H. B. - 1882 

Mahony, W. S. - 1891 

Mair, John - - i860 

Maitland, A. F, - 1890 

Majendie, H. W. - 1849 
Msuor, Hon. J. E. 

de G. Henniker- 1897 
Major, Hon. V. A. 

Henniker- - - 1892 
Makdougall, H. J. 

E. Scott- - -1873 
Malan, W. J. C. - 1849 
Malcolmson, G. F. 1887 
Malcolmson, H. F. 1893 
Malcolmson, J. F. - 1889 
Malcolmson, K. F. 1896 
Malleson, G. A. K. 1876 
Mallock, J. J. • 1870 
Manning, W. H. - 1848 
Mansel, E. P. B. - 1899 
Mar and Kellie, 

(nth) Earl of - 1854 

Margetts, F. B. H. 1896 

Mark, A. P. - - 1882 

Mark, Penrose - 1886 

Marr Johnson, P. - 1882 

Marr Johnson, R. - 1887 
Marriott, C. E. 

Smith- • - 1886 

Marriott, R. G. - 1900 
Marriott-Dodington, 

H. • - . 1883 



Marsh, C. H. - 1894 

Marshall, C. C. - 1886 

Marshall, E. W. - 1877 

Marshall, Frank - 1885 

Marshall, G. W. - 1850 
Marshall, H. L. R. 

P. - - - 1887 

Marshall, Reginald 1885 

Martin, H. A. - 1875 

Martin, H. C. - 1859 

Martin, Paulin - 1855 

Martin, P. J. - 1889 

Martin, W. M. E. - 1901 

Martin Leake, T. E. 1892 
Maryon Wilson, A. 

G. - - - 1894 
Maryon Wilson, H. 

G. - - - 1903 

Maryon Wilson, J. 1894 

Mason, A. L. A. .- 1866 

Mason, E. M. - 1849 

Massingbeir, F. B. 1859 

Mathews, J. R. T. 1899 

Maude, W. C. - 1865 

Maul, H. C. - - 1866 

Maxwell, E. A. S. 1865 

Maxwell, I. B. - 1904 

Maxwell-Lyte,J.M. 1890 

May, T. E. - - 1884 

Mayne, C. R. G. - 1888 

Mead, P. C. - - 1887 

Medley, S. M. - 1848 

Melhuish, C. J. - 1854 

Melhuish, G. E. - 1847 

Melhuish, J. E. - 1862 

Melville, R. G. - 1886 

Meredith-Brown, M. 1855 

Merriman, H. I. - 1897 

Merriman, J. X. - 1856 

Meynell, J. J. - 1857 

Middleton, Barkam 1899 

Middleton, J. H. - 1899 

Mildmay,C. B. St.J. 1883 

Miller, M. F. - 1866 

Millington, W. S. - 1874 

Mills, Frank • - 1901 

Milne, J. A. - - 1875 

Milne, R. C. E. - 1889 

Milns, J. C. R. - 1869 

Mitchell, H. H. - 1857 

Mitchell, S. G. '- 1898 

Mitford, B. L. - 1891 
Mitford, Hon. D. 

B. O. F. - - 1891 

Moat, J. F. - - 1894 

Moggridge, H. W. 1893 

Molesworth, A. H, 1871 

Molesworth, G. N. 1871 

Molloy, Edward - 1856 



xl 



INDEX 



Money, C. N. 
Money, D. F. 
Money, E. J. 
Money, E. V. 
Money, N. E. 
Money, W. Y\ 
Money-Coutts, H. B. 
Monro, A. R. 
Monro, A. W. 
Monro, E. W. 
Monro, H. E. 
Monro, R. H. 
Monro, Tregonnell 
Monro, W. C. 
Monsell, B. J. 
Monsell, W. T. - 
Montgomerie, S. H. 
Moor, G. H. • 
Moore, A. P. 
Moore, D. W. 
Moore, E. H. 
Moore, E. M. 
Moore, F. E. 
Moore, H. W. 
Moore, J. L. M. - 
Moore, W. F. 
Moorsom, A. A. - 
Moorsoni, H. M. - 
Morgan, C. J. 
Morgan, E. P. V. - 
Morgan, H. T. 
Morgan, T. V. P. - 
Morkill, J. W. 
Morrell, E. W. - 
Morrell, H. St. J. - 
Morrice, G. G. 
Morrice, H. B. 
Morrice, J. D. 
Morrice, William - 
Mosley, G. E. 
Moss, R. 11. - 
Mott, A. S. - 
Moultrie, Austin - 
Mountmorres, (6th) 

Viscount 
Mowbray, A. J. H. 
Mowbray, B. C. 
Mowbray, J. L. 
Muirhead, L. B. C. L. 
Mundy, Otto - 
Murray, G. H. L. - 



8S5 
899 

893 
902 

883 
890 

889 

889 

890 

861 

892 

861 

882 

864 

854 

854 

871 
864 

873 
899 
898 

859 
866 

861 

902 

863 

854 
848 
868 
890 

852 
886 

875 
901 

886 

872 

870 

861 

864 

886 

882 

903 
882 

886 
884 
886 
889 

855 
901 

88s 



Naish-Gray, M. J. W. 1898 
Napier, H. L. - 1890 
Napier, P. R. - 1894 
Nash, G. S. - - 1869 
Nash, P. A. M. - 1889 
Nash, R. G. F. - 1865 



Nassau, T. D'A. 
Nathan, A. V. 
Nelson, A. L. 
Nelson, Hon. C. H 
Nelson, F. £. 
Nelson, G. H. 
Nelson, Harold 
Nelson, J. P. - 
Nelson, K. M. 
Newbolt, M. R. 
Newhouse, R. L. C 
Newland, G. E. 
Newman, H. A. A 
Newton, Arthur 
Nicholas, E. P. 
Nicholas, Frederick 
Nicholas, G. D. 
Nicholl, A. E. 
Nicholson, W. E. 
Nicolls, H. F. 
Nicolls, I. F. 
Nightingale, C. R. 
Nixon. W. D. 
Noel-Hill, T. H. 
Norman, R. E. 
North, C. N. 
North, L. W. 
Northboume, (2nd) 

Lord - 
Northcote, P. B. W 
Northey, li. R. 
Nugee, F. J. • 
Nugent Smyth, A. 



Oakes, A. E. 
Oakley, G. C. 
O'Beirne, A. J. L. 
O'Brien, M. J. 
Occleston, S. V. - 
Odling, Marmaduke 
Ogle, E. A. - 
Oldfield, A. G. - 
Oldfield, Thomas - 
Oldham, H. H. - 
Oldham, H. S. - 
Oliver, William 
Olivier, C. C. 
O'Malley, O. St. C. 
Ommanney, A. E. 
Ommanney, A. L. 
Orlebar, B. O. C. - 
Orlebar. E. Y. 
Orme, (i. M. 
Orme, H. M. 
Orme, J. B. - 
Orr, J. S. - 
OrrEwing,H.E.D. 

Orred, G. L. 



901 
859 



869 

883 
882 

884 
888 
904 
887 

894 
848 
896 
858 

857 
860 

889 

876 

903 
856 

856 

893 

893 
890 

903 

887 
880 

858 
872 

903 
904 

877 



859 

894 
901 

85s 
883 
901 
880 
856 
858 

895 

859 

875 
902 

863 

903 
877 
886 
885 
852 
850 

859 
903 
871 



Orrcd, G. S. - 
Oswald, R. A. 
Otter, F. I^ - 
Ould, R. F* - 
Owston, L. V. 
Oxenden, B. H. D 
Oxley, S. A. N. 



Packer, Edward 
Paget, A. R. 
Palmer, C. H. 
Palmer, F.B. Wade 
Palmer, G. H. 
Parish, C. M. W. 
Parker, A. M. 
Parker, Geoffrey 
Parker, T. H. 
Parker, Wilfrid 
Parker-Jervis, Hum 

phrey 
Parkinson, George 
Parkinson, John 
Parrington, Matthew 
Parsons, R. C. 
Partington, J. B. 
Patch, A. M. W. 
Patchett, A. N. 
Pawlett, C. E. 
Payne, H. A. H. 
Payne, J. R. S. 
Peach, G. W. 
Peach, T. H. 
Peachey, C. B. 
Peareth, E. A. 
Pearse, G. T. 
Pearson, Donald 
Pearson, W. J. 
Peel, C. W. - 
Peel, Robert - 
Penrose, Charles 
Perceval, A. S. 
Perceval, C. G. 
Perceval, C. H. S 
Perceval, E. A. 
Perceval, S. G. 
Percy, A. J. - 
Percy, C. R. Hebcr 
Percy, N. H. Heber 
Peto, R. H. - 
Pettit, A. E. - 
Pettit, H. R. 
Pettit, L. J. - 
Philips, L. T. 
Phillips, E. N. 
Phillips, F. E. 
Phillips, Sidney 
Phillips, S. P. V. 
Phillpotts, G. H.' 



185S 
1850 
1880 
1904 
1897 
1888 

1904 



[874 
[892 
[888 
[861 

1857 
[900 

879 

[893 
[856 

1897 

[903 
[856 

[852 

[897 
[867 

[898 

[899 
[898 
[891 

1877 
[902 
1865 
[904 
t883 
1883 
[848 
[904 

1889 
[878 
[880 
[867 
[854 

t857 
;864 

[849 
[854 
[869 
[901 
1904 
891 
[886 

1897 
890 

r876 

1854 
[89s 
[854 
1900 

^859 







INDEX 






xli 


Phipps, H. E. 


1903 


Raleigh, E. W. - 


1857 


Robinson, J. Y. 


1899 


Phipps, P. C. 


1900 


Ramsay, E. D. 


1877 


Robinson, Nicholas 


1857 


Piercy, G. H. 


1886 


Randall, J. A. 


[867 


Rodd, E. F. S. - 


1901 


Pierrepont, Hon. H. 




Randall, Neville - 


1895 


Rogers, A. G. 


1868 


s. - . - 


1877 


Randall, R. G. 


1866 


Rogers, H. M. 


1894 


Pinckney, George - 


1878 


Randolph, J. R. 


[881 


Rohrweger, Frank - 


1873 


Pinckney, W. P. - 


1883 


Ranken, E. A. A. - 


1873 


Roller, G. T. - 


1900 


Pine-Coffin, W. G. 


[884 


Ranken, F. A. - ] 


1855 


Romanes, G. E. 


1894 


Pinhey, A. M. 


[859 


Raven, P. E. - ] 


[872 


Rooke, E. F. 


1854 


Pinhey, ]. F. 


1857 


Rawlins, K. D. R. ] 


[892 


Roper, Freeman - 


1877 


Plater, G. E. 


[899 


Rawlinson, C. M. - ] 


[883 


Roper, Henry 


1881 


Poignand, G. C. I. ] 


[904 


Rawson, J. B. - ] 


[892 


Roper, W. F. 


1880 


Pollock, H. A. 


1883 


Read, C. A. - - ] 


[889 


Roscoe, C. F. 


1871 


Pollock, J. S. II. - 


[894 


Read, C. S. - - ] 


[863 


Roscoe, E. S. 


1863 


Pontiftx, A. R. 


[871 


Reade, R. F. St. J. ] 


[902 


Roscoe, H. W. K. 


1863 


Pontifex, R. D. - 


[895 


Reader, F. E. M. - ] 


[898 


Roscoe, St. T. B. - 


1870 


Popham, Edward - 


1853 


Reid, J. Leslie - ] 


[885 


Roscoe, W. C. 


1868 


Popham, E. W. L. 


1856 


Reid, J. Lillingston ] 


1899 


Rose, Henry - 


1862 


Popham, Home 


[854 


Remington, D. S. - i 


[862 


Rose, H. J. - 


1856 


Popham, J. L. 


1859 


Rendall, F. G. - ] 


[904 


Rose, John - 


1862 


Popham, W. H. F. ] 


t853 


Rennie, G. J. - ] 


1902 


Rose, R. M. T. - 


1898 


Portal, R. H. 


'877 


Reynolds, S. H. - i 


[847 


Rose, W. F. - 


1856 


Portman, F. J. - ] 


[892 


Richards, A. G. H. ] 


[899 


Ross, F. S. - 


1874 


Porlman, H. F. B. ] 


[848 


Richards, A. J. - ] 


^854 


Ross of Bladensburg, 




Pott, A. P. - 


[876 


Richards, E. S. - ] 


[848 


E. J. T. - 


1863 


Pott. G. S. - - ] 


1885 


Richards, G. J. - ] 


[857 


Ross of Bladensburg, 




Potter, E. J. R. - ] 


[900 


Richards, Horace - ] 


f8S7 


J. F. G. - 


1861 


Powell, II. D. G. - ] 


[897 


Richards, John - ] 


[881 


Rossof Bladensburg, 




Pownall, G. F. - ] 


[881 


Richards, S. L. - ] 


[854 


R. S. - - 


1861 


Powys, W. C. - i 


[856 


Richardson, Edward ] 


[860 


Rotherham, G. C. - 


T859 


Poynter, A. V. - ] 


[885 


Rickards,A.S.H.P. ] 


f893 


Rouse, Ezekiel 


1857 


Poyntz, R. S. P. • ] 


[897 


Riddell, W. H. - ] 


[894 


Rouse, Herbert 


1871 


Pratt-Barlow, R. A. ] 


[901 


Ridley, I. F. - i 


1873 


Rowan, R. K. 0. - 


1863 


Prestage, Edgar - j 


[884 


Ridley, W. C. - i 


[871 


Rudge, E. J. H. - 


1888 


Pretyman, C. H. S. i 


t863 


Riley, A. J. A. - ] 


1899 


Rumsey, J. T. M. - 


1869 


Pretyman, E.W. S. i 


1877 


Riley, L. J. C. - ] 


[890 


Russell, D. A. C. - 


1904 


Price, [. B. - - ] 


[866 


Riley, 0. C. H. - ] 


1893 


Russell, F. S. 


1855 


Pringle, J. L. - j 


[884 


Risley, R. W. - i 


[850 


Ryder, W. C. 


1878 


Pringle, L. G. 


[894 


Roberts, E. Ussher- ] 


[876 


Rye, II. B. Tonson 


1896 


Prodgers, H. A. - ] 


[875 


Roberts, G. E. - i 


880 


Rye, I. R. Tonson - 


1893 


Prodgers, R. E. - ] 


[872 


Roberts, H. M. - ] 


[882 


Rye, R. B. Tonson - 


1893 


Prothero, E. M. - ] 


[864 


Roberts, Joseph - i 


[865 






Puller, C. C. - ] 


[850 


Roberts, R. C. - ] 


[903 






Pullman, A. D. R. ] 


[902 


Robertson, A. N. - ] 


[870 


St.John, Hon. C.P. 


1 901 


Pullman, L. W. - ] 


[903 


Robertson, Charles ] 


[887 


St. Leonards, (2nd) 




Purton, j. B. - ] 


1855 


Robertson, Donald i 


[860 


Lord - 


1862 


Pusey, W. B. - ] 


[850 


Robertson, D. E. - i 


[894 


Salkeld, C. E. 


1855 


Pym, F. W. - - ] 


1872 


Robertson, G. H. M. ] 


[899 


Sandham, I. C. 


1882 






Robertson, Hon. Hugh ] 


[894 


Sandford,H.S.J.A. 


1877 






Robertson, J. D. - ] 


[872 


Sankey, J. R. 


i8q6 


Radford, P. C. - ] 


1874 


Robertson, R. E. - i 


858 


Sankey, R. H. 


1889 


Radford, W. T. A. ] 


[874 


Robin, C. J. - - 1 


859 


Sargent, H. O. G. - 


1898 


Raikes, F. M. - ] 


[885 


Robin, Philip - 1 


864 


Saunders, A. R. 


1886 


Raikes, G. T. - ] 


1898 


Robin, Snowdon - 1 


866 


Saunders, Charles - 


1856 


Raikes, L. T. - i 


[896 


Robins, Percy - . i 


859 


Saunders, K. F. 


1849 


Raikes, R. H. T. - ] 


[898 


Robinson, E. A. - i 


888 


Savory, K. D. 


1892 


Raikes, R. T. - ] 


1853 


Robinson, E. C. - 1 


860 


Sawyer, E. C. 


1883 


Raikes, T. D. - ] 


[862 


Robinson, E. G. - 1 


893 


Scalan, A. W. 


1863 


Railston, S. J. W. i 


[902 


Robinson, G. A. H. 1 


898 


Scalan, P. H. 


1863 



xlii 



INDEX 



Schreiber, W. E. B. 
Schroder, W. H. von 
Schunck, R. H. 
Scobell, C. B. 
Scobell, II. B. 
Scott, A. G. D. - 
Scott, C. A. R. 
Scott, C. C. - 
Scott, Lord C. T. 

M. Douglas- 
Scott, D. L. - 
Scott, Ernest 
Scott, H. J. E. 
Scott, J. Christopher 
Scott» J. Creagh - 
Scott, J. H. F. K. 
Scott-Makdougall, 

H. J. E. - 
Scrivener (E.) A. 

P. L. - 
Sealy, G. V. C. - 
Sebright, A. E. S. 
Sedding, E. D. 
Sedding, G. E. 
Sedgwick, L. G. T. 
Sells, B. D. - • - 
Sewell, Arthur 
Sewell, Henry 
Sewell, Robert 
Sewell, W. R. D. - 
Seymour, A. E. 
Seymour, A. G. 

Culme- 
Seymour, E. H. - 
Seymour, E. V. 

Culme- 
Seymour, H. C. 
Seymour, W. R. - 
Shakespear, A. W. 
Sharpe, C. il. 
Sharpe, S. L. 
Sharpe, W. S. 
Shaw, E. M. 
Shaw, H. D. 
Shaw, H. L. 
Shaw, J. C. - 
Shaw, William 
Shaw-Stewart, A. C. 
Sheppard, C. A. 
Sheppard, F. L. - 
Sheppard, P. N. F. 
Shiel, F. R. A. - 
Shiel, G. G. - 
Shiffner, G. B.^ 
Short, J. H. - 
Shotter, J. T. 
Sich, C. O. - 
Sich, H. E. F. 
Sich, H. H. - 



900 

883 
898 

889 
891 

903 

873 
904 

852 
904 
872 

873 
902 

893 
874 

873 

900 
892 

873 

897 
896 

89s 
895 
849 
848 

853 
848 

852 

900 

852 

901 
902 
852 
850 

873 
888 

87s 
902 

864 

904 

864 

902 

873 
854 
900 

885 
900 
900 
8S1 
865 
901 
888 
886 
890 



Siddons, H. G. F. 
Sidney, Hon. Henry 
Simpson, R. C. 
Simpson, W. A. 
Simpson, W. M. - 
Singleton, F. C. - 
Sington, E. G. 
Skilbeck, C. T. - 
Skinner, F. J. 
Skinner, J. F. 
Skinner, R. G. 
Skinner, Stephen - 
Skipwith, Gerald • 
Slater, H. S. L. 
Slingsby, A. E. K. 
Small, E. A. - 
Smart, R. W. J. - 
Smitli, C. Le B. 
Smith, F. S. Le B. 
Smith, G. Le B. - 
Smith, Gr L. Comp- 

ton- - 
Smith, Herbert 
Smith, Harold R. - 
Smith, Henry R. - 
Smith, J. N. - 
Smith, L. C. - 
Smith, L. F. - 
Smith, Reginald - 
Smith, S. Le B. 
Smith- Marriott, C. E. 
Smyth, A Nugent 
Snelgrove, J. S. N. 
Snelling, D. U. 
Sneyd, Ralph 
Snow, G. E. - 
Snow, H. W. 
Soames, A. F. 
Soames, G. M. 
Sorby, R. H. 
Sparrow, E. C. 
Speir, K. R. N. 
Speir, M. S. - 
Speir, R. F. - 
Spencer Jones, E. - 
Spender, A. E. 
Spurllng, Alan 
Spurling, A. T. 
Spurling, Francis - 
Spurling, S. J. 
Spyers, H. A. 
Spyers, T. C. 
Spyers, T. G. 
Spyers, (T.) Roper 
Squire, G. F. 
Staley, A, E. 
Stanier, Ernest 
Stanier, W. S. 
Stanley, William - 



856 
872 

897 
900 

868 
8«>i 
887 

893 
850 

854 

857 

859 
883 

894 

903 
896 

860 

894 
889 

896 

903 

859 
891 

856 

900 

898 

899 
858 

855 
886 

877 

903 

903 

»77 
891 

893 
889 
886 
902 
892 

893 
900 

902 

899 
885 
876 
863 
864 
876 

849 

849 

879 
882 

889 

868 

877 
885 
865 



Stanton, H. A. S. - 1893 

Stanton, H. J. S. - 1892 
Stapleton-Cotton, 

R. F. - - 1889 
Stapylton, P. M. 

Chetwynd- - 1903 

Statter, R. C. - 1889 

Stephens. H. M. - 1869 

Steuart, D. H. - 1888 

Steuart, I. E. S. - 1888 

Stevens, G. B. - 1896 

Stevenson, James - 1861 

Steward, C. T. - 1895 

Steward, H. A. - 1892 

Steward, J. M. - 1888 

Stewart, A. C. Shaw- 1873 

Stewart, C. G. - 1897 

Stiffe, N. C. - - 1885 

Stigand, C. H. - 1891 

Still, S. J. - - 1901 

Stobart, J. D. - 1898 

Stock, Osmund - 1880 

Stock, Thomas - 1863 

Stone, A. P. - - 1894 

Stone, N. R. - 1885 

Stone, W. P. . 1880 

Storrs, F. E. - 1897 

Stratton, W. R. - 1885 

Streatfeild, Eric - 1877 

Streatfeild, Oswald 1875 

Streatfeild, Sidney 1873 

Stretch, T. H. E. • 1888 

Strickland, W. R. 1893 

Stuart, C. M. - 1904 

Stubbs, R. E. - 1890 

Stuckey, H. A. - 1904 

Studdert, T. A. - 1866 

Sturt, E. A. - - 1897 

Sturt, Frank - - 1871 

Sugden, E. B. - 1862 

Sugden, Hon. H. F. 1864 

Sutherland, C. J. - 1858 

Sutherland, Henry 1858 

Sutton, A. G. - 1876 

Sutton, H. C. - 1883 

Sutton- Vane, V. H. 1902 

Swaffield, A. R. O. 1903 

Swain, W. P. - 1876 

Swaine, T. C. L. - 1898 

Swinhoe, M. C. - 1895 

Swinny, D. J. C. - 1861 



Talbot, C. A. P. - 1854 

Talbot, G. H. - 1854 

Talbot, H. A. - 1886 

Talfourd, T. N.. - 1849 

Tancred, S. M. - 187 1 



INDEX 



xliii 



Tancred, Sir T. S., 

(8th) Bart. - - 1850 

Tankard, W. P. - 1899 
Tankerville, (/th) 

Earl of - - 1869 
Taubman, G. Goldie- 1888 

Taunton, E. H. - 1868 

Tayler, W. C. - 1868 

Taylor, F. B. - 1873 

Taylor, H. L. J. - 1904 

Taylor, J. W. ■ 1902 

Terrot, Richard - 1869 

Terry, H. G. - 1868 

Theobald, E.W.H. 1887 

Theobald, G. R. - 1882 

Thomas, E. M. - 1898 

Thomas, F. L. P. • 1903 

Thompson, C. H. - 1880 

Thompson, E. C. - 1856 

Thompson, E. D. - 1856 

Thompson, E. S. - 1855 

Thompson, P. D. - 1900 

Thompson, W. O. - 1852 

Thomson, R. K. - 1904 

Thornhill, C. B. - 1852 

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